Landmark Aviation’s fixed base operation (FBO) at Raleigh, N.C., has signed a contract to provide into plane fueling for JetBlue Airways when the airline begins service on July 20 from Raleigh-Durham International Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. The agreement covers the refueling of JetBlue Airways EMBRAER 190 aircraft that will operate four daily round-trip flights on the route.
“This contract represents a new opportunity for Landmark Aviation at Raleigh,” said Tracine Anderson, Landmark Aviation General Manager at Raleigh. “We are pleased to provide fueling service to the JetBlue fleet in its new route from the North Carolina’s Research Triangle to JFK.”
Landmark Aviation provides a broad range of services to airlines and pumps approximately 130,000,000 gallons of fuel per year at 11 different locations. In addition, Landmark provides ground service equipment, maintenance, baggage handling, push back, aircraft cleaning, ticketing, jetway maintenance and charter operations for large aircraft.
Other Landmark Aviation FBO facilities that provide into plane fueling for JetBlue aircraft are Syracuse, N.Y., (SYR), where ground handling is also provided for the commercial air carrier, and Rochester, N.Y. (ROC).
Landmark’s Raleigh FBO is also a full-service operation for business aircraft, with 24/7 customer service, hangar storage, aircraft sales and charter.
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