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New appointments at Comlux Completion

Posted 10 January 2019 · Add Comment

With the upcoming delivery of its first Wide Body completion Comlux Completion, specialists in business aviation, transaction and completion services around the world, has announced new organisational and operational changes.

 

Daron Dryer is promoted to chief executive officer of Comlux Completion taking over Scott Meyer’s duties. Dryer has over 20 years' experience within the aviation industry. He joined Comlux in 2009 as director of engineering and was promoted chief operating officer in 2017.

Scott Meyer is appointed executive vice president at the Comlux Group level.  Meyer has been with Comlux Completion since the inception of the company. He started his career at Comlux in 2009 as VP Engineering. In March 2014 he was appointed chief pperating officer and since early 2015 has held the position of chief executive officer of Comlux Completion.

“I would like to thank Scott for his performance and dedication during the last 10 years which have made Comlux Completion what it is today.” said Richard Gaona, chairman and CEO of Comlux. “Now, Daron has my full support and the one of the Board of Directors to write a new chapter for Comlux Completion to become The Centre of Excellence and Innovation in VIP Completion.”

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