The top executives of the former Garrett/Piedmont Hawthorne/Associated Air Center enterprises outlined a road map for strong growth, both organically and through acquisition, as the company unveiled an integrated marketing and sales strategy under its new Landmark Aviation banner. In an interview with Aviation Week Group editors Wednesday, newly promoted CEO Roger Wolfe and President Shawn Vick said they expect their $800 million enterprise of repair stations, fixed-base operations and ...

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