Landmark Aviation–LAX opened its Customs and Border Patrol facility Friday, July 8, allowing international customers to be processed on site.
The 1,400-square-foot, $775,000 facility was designed by Tammy Edmonds Designs out of Los Angeles, in conjunction with CSA Constructors, Landmark Aviation and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection office. The CBP space consists of a holding cell, agriculture room, clearance space, computer room and office space.
“We are excited to provide international general aviation customers a choice when clearing customs at LAX,” General Manager Carrie Campbell explained. “If our increase in reservations is any indication, it seems our customers are eager for the opening, as well.”
The Customs office will be able to accommodate passenger needs and aircraft requirements on all aircraft up to a 767.
Headquartered in Houston, Landmark Aviation operates a network of FBOs located throughout the U.S., and in Canada and Western Europe.