Larry Flynn, retired president of business jet manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace, has joined the Board of Advisors of Business Aviation Advisor, a bi-monthly print and electronic magazine for owners and users of business aircraft.
“Larry has more than 35 years’ in operations, service, sales, and marketing experience in virtually every segment of business aviation,” said BAA publisher Gil Wolin. “His input will help ensure that BAA articles, podcasts, and webinars deliver to our readers – the world’s 33,000 turbine aircraft and fractional share owners and their advisors – what they need to know to make the best use of their investments in business aviation.”
Flynn retired in 2015 as Vice President of General Dynamics and President of its subsidiary Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. His 20-year tenure there included stints as Senior Vice President of Marketing & Sales, President of Product Support, and Vice President of Aircraft Services.
“Larry and I were part of the senior management team that led the #1-Rated FBO chain Combs Gates throughout the ’80s.” Wolin continued. “While we’ve occasionally worked together on various industry programs since, I’m pleased to resume this more regular relationship. Larry knows our current Board members well, and is a welcome addition to the BAA team.”
Prior to joining Gulfstream, Flynn served in senior management with Stevens Aviation, and Signature Flight Support. Flynn has held advisory roles with the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), and the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association. He currently serves on the Duncan Aviation Advisory Board and Capital Aviation Group Board.
Written in non-technical language by experienced industry experts representing all segments of business aircraft operations, maintenance and management, Business Aviation Advisor provides critical industry information to the owners and users of world’s business turbine aircraft. BAA
Business Aviation Advisor's content is presented by experts in all aspects of aircraft management: professionals knowledgeable in operations, legal and regulatory issues, insurance, aircraft finance, human resources, aviation real estate, charter and charter brokers, safety management providers and auditors, and third-party as well as owner aircraft management. These authorities provide Business Aviation Advisor readers with the most current and pertinent information they need to make the most effective and informed decisions about their business aviation investments.