Aerion, the leader in supersonic flight, has named former Gulfstream president Bryan Moss to its board of directors.
Moss has led the development of successful, top-of-the line business jets at Gulfstream and Bombardier, and has played a prominent role in advancing business aviation through his involvement in major trade organizations. Moss, who currently serves as founder and lead consultant of his own firm, Moss Consultants, LLC, was vice chairman of Gulfstream from 1995 to 2003, then president of the company and executive vice president of parent company General Dynamics through 2007, at which point he was named president emeritus of Gulfstream. He retired from Gulfstream in 2008.
Prior to joining Gulfstream, Moss was president of the Business Aircraft Division of Bombardier Aerospace Group. Early in his career, he was a sales manager at Lockheed-Georgia Company, selling various aircraft, including the world’s first certified business jet, the Lockheed JetStar. He also played a leading role in introducing several new business jet models to the market, including the Bombardier Global Express and Gulfstream's G650. Moss is a former board member of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, and has chaired the NBAA Associate Member Advisory Council. In 2007, he received the NBAA Award for Meritorious Service to Aviation “for substantial contributions to the advancement of business aviation.”