Ross Aviation returns to Scottsdale

(submitted photo)

(submitted photo)

Ross Aviation has officially acquired the ownership and operation of six former Landmark Aviation fixed-base operators, including Scottsdale.

The other FBO locations are Anchorage, AK (KANC); Fresno, CA (KFAT); Palm Springs, CA (KTRM); Washington D.C. (KIAD); and White Plains, NY (KHPN), according to a press release.

“We look forward to once again serve general aviation customers with the acquisition of these six FBOs,” stated Ross Aviation President and CEO Jeff Ross, in the release. “We’re working with an experienced team across the country dedicated to providing exceptional services and a more competitive product.”

Mr. Ross founded Ross Aviation in 2004 and grew it to the fourth largest FBO network in the United States, with a location in Scottsdale, until it was sold to Landmark in 2014.

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