Landmark Aviation is in the process of rebranding the seven FBOs it gained after finalizing its acquisition of the assets of Odyssey Aviation. The addition brings Landmark’s location total to 47 overall, including 42 in the U.S.
Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport
More than 500 general aviation employees, 50 state and local officials and several industry leaders gathered at the Air10 Jet Center at Lunken Airport last month for the Ohio General Aviation Forum. The event was organized by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) and featured remarks by Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Reps.
The airport board and some users at Lunken Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio, are at odds over a higher aircraft weight limit proposed late last year. A city council airport advisory board voted seven-to-one to raise the weight limit from 70,000 pounds mtow to 100,000 pounds and to keep the limit in place for 10 years. City-owned Lunken currently has some 130,000 operations per year and no scheduled airline service.
Attorneys for Midwest Jet Center at Cincinnati Lunken Field (LUK) called a city audit “a gross error” when the financial investigation claimed the FBO should repay some $288,000 in fuel-flowage fees it charged other airport tenants. Aircraft operators are charged an airport fee of 12 cents per gallon for fuel from either of LUK’s two FBOs, Midwest and Million Air.