ALOFT AeroArchitects appoints new CEO

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November 23, 2016 – ALOFT AeroArchitects has appointed Robert Sundin (pictured left) as president and CEO, effective November 28, 2016. Sundin previously served as president of Dassault Aircraft Services, the US-based MRO division of Dassault Falcon Jet, where he is reported to have instilled a performance culture responsible for more than doubling revenue, while improving quality and customer support. Sundin has also served in senior leadership positions overseeing MRO and airframe operations for Bombardier and Landmark/Garrett.

“We initiated the process of succession planning some time ago and established the key attributes we sought in the next leader to ensure the continued growth and performance of ALOFT,” said current President and CEO, John Martin, who will move to the role of chairman of the ALOFT board. “Bob Sundin is a 30-year veteran of the aviation industry, having led large organizations within Bombardier, Landmark Aviation and Dassault Falcon Jet through transitional phases, while focused on operational excellence and topline growth. Bob has a proven ability to connect with both employees and customers at all levels and a track record of implementing strategies to execute on the vision for the business.”

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