Landmark Aviation named authorized service facility for Bombardier Learjet and Challenger Business Jets

Tempe, Arizona, — Landmark Aviation today confirmed that its Los Angeles International Airport facility has been appointed as a Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) to provide maintenance on Bombardier Learjet and Challenger aircraft. Bombardier made the announcement in a press release earlier today. “Landmark Aviation is the only Authorized Service Facility in the United States […]

Watkins named Landmark Aviation Vice President of Technology

Tempe, Arizona, — Landmark Aviation today named Brian Watkins as its new Vice President of Technology, responsible for all engineering activities and the development of new programs, including Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs). “Brian will bring strength to this critical role in the organization,” said Shawn Vick, President. “He has vast experience in the business aviation […]

Landmark Aviation’s Associated Air Center to complete two BBJs

Tempe, Arizona, — Associated Air Center (AAC), a Landmark Aviation company, has signed agreements to complete two “green” Boeing Business Jets (BBJs) during the coming year. One of the new, specially-configured BBJs will be operated by a private company based in Eastern Europe while the other is owned by a private firm from the Far […]

Standard Aero Awarded Third Option Year for US Navy T56 Engine Maintenance

SAN ANTONIO, TX, February 2, 2006 – Standard Aero has been awarded a third, oneyear option with a total contract value of $84.7 million to provide Depot Level Repairs for the Navy’s T56 Series III engine modules. The T56 Series III engine powers the Navy’s fleet of P-3 Orion, C-130 Hercules, and C-2 Greyhound aircraft. […]

Standard Aero Will Protect its Rights and Employee’s Job Security to Ensure Air Force Receives Uninterrupted Quality and Performance

SAN ANTONIO, TX, February 1, 2006 – Standard Aero, a leading aerospace services company, intends to protect its rights while pursing legal options in regard to the decision by Kelly Aviation Center, LP (KAC) not to award contract extensions earned by Standard Aero beyond 2007. “We bid as a team, earned options as a team, […]