Former Gulfstream and Bombardier leader joins Aerion board

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Bryan Moss, who has held key leadership roles at both Gulfstream and Bombardier, has joined Aerion’s board of directors. Moss’s previous successes include leading the introduction of the Bombardier Global Express and playing a central role in the development of the Gulfstream G650.

“It’s been the greatest privilege in my career to be involved in the introduction of these successful aircraft,” said Moss. “I see the supersonic Aerion AS2 as the logical extension of business jet capability for the 21st century, and am delighted to be associated with the visionary Aerion organization.”

“Aerion has made huge strides, forging relations with GE Aviation and Lockheed Martin, and is attracting talent from top to bottom,” said Brian Barents, Aerion’s executive chairman and CEO. “Bryan Moss is among the most knowledgeable and most respected figures in business aviation, and brings immensely valuable experience to our board.”

Moss has his own consulting firm, Moss Consultants, and retired from Gulfstream in 2008. At Gulfstream he served as vice chairman from 1995 to 2003, president of the company and executive vice president of parent company General Dynamics through 2007, and then president emeritus of Gulfstream.

Before his tenure at Gulfstream, Moss was president of Bombardier’s business aircraft division. Earlier roles include sales manager at Lockheed-Georgia Company, where he sold aircraft including the Lockheed JetStar.

Moss has also served on the GAMA board, and chaired the NBAA Associate Member Advisory Council. He has been honored with the NBAA Award for Meritorious Service to Aviation.

January 31, 2018

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