Charter operator Landmark Aviation has completed the re-branding of TWC Aviation based in Van Nuys and San Jose, CA following the acquisition in April 2015 and is now operating under the Landmark name. TWC was founded in 1998 and most recently operated 29 jets of various makes and sizes. TWC’s operating certificate remains intact and operations are now under the Landmark name.
Temporary Landmark signage is up at both California locations. TWC’s office in White Plains, NY has been relocated to the Landmark facility at HPN, and the Scottsdale, AZ airport recently opened office is now closed.
Landmark Aviation’s charter fleet now numbers 63, the fourth largest charter fleet behind Executive Jet Management with 100 aircraft for charter, Travel Management Company with 67 and Delta Private Jets with 65 aircraft.
Landmark’s entire charter fleet is only available in FlightList PRO.
Landmark has been on a growth run the past two years, having acquired several operators including Galvin Flying Service in Seattle, WA, Sterling Aviation in Milwaukee, Midlantic Jet Charters in Atlantic City, and now TWC Aviation in California. These, in addition to Landmarks existing charter fleets in North Carolina and South Dakota.