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Mon, Aug 13, 2012

Pilatus Appoints AZ FBO As Authorized PC-12 Service Center

Landmark Aviation Scottsdale Will Support The 1,200 Aircraft Fleet

Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd has appointed Landmark Aviation in Scottsdale, AZ, to its roster of authorized service facilities for the PC-12 business turboprop. Landmark’s facility at Scottsdale Municipal Airport will serve as a satellite service center in the southwestern United States, under the Pilatus sales and service region managed by Tempus Aircraft Sales and Service.

“We are very pleased to have Landmark Scottsdale join our family of service providers to support the nearly 1,200 aircraft PC-12 fleet,” said Piotr “Pete” Wolak, Vice President of Customer Service for Pilatus Business Aircraft. “Landmark’s reputation for outstanding service will fit in very well with our core business philosophy, and their geographic location will be of great benefit to our customers.”

Located at Scottsdale Municipal Airport, Landmark Aviation’s facility opened in 1982 and consistently is rated as one of the top twenty FBOs nationally. Matthew Wright, General Manager for Landmark Scottsdale added, “Landmark’s operating philosophy is based on three critical elements: safety, customer service and quality. We are pleased to be a part of the Pilatus program and look forward to serving many owners and operators of this phenomenal aircraft.”

FMI: www.pilatus.com

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