Landmark Aviation is maneuvering to increase its U.S. fixed-base operation facilities by nearly 50% with its acquisition of the Ross Aviation chain. The acquisition is slated to close later this year. Terms were not disclosed. The deal is among at least five acquisitions that Landmark has announced this year alone, but would be its largest since The Carlyle Group reacquired the company in late 2012. Ross operates 20 facilities, primarily in the Southwest. But the chain also has a ...

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