Landmark Folds Galvin Flying Service Into Network

Landmark Aviation added a significant anchor in the Northwest with its acquisition of Galvin Flying Services, one of the oldest fixed-base operations in the region. Jim Galvin founded the facility on Boeing Field (KBFI) in Seattle in 1930 to provide a range of services, from “barnstorming, to flying...

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