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Comlux makes changes in its completions division
A series of firsts for Comlux Completion in Indianapolis heralds a time of positive change for senior staff at the business aviation services company.
Comlux Completion CEO Daron Dryer.

With the upcoming delivery of its first wide body completion and the arrival of its first Boeing BBJ MAX and Airbus ACJ neo this winter, Indianapolis-based Comlux Completion is making organisational and operational changes.

Daron Dryer has been promoted to chief executive officer, 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 to chief operating officer in 2017. He has successfully integrated a technology and research centre within Comlux, developing in-house innovative solutions for the VIP cabin outfitting industry.

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

“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.” says chairman and CEO Richard Gaona. “Now Daron has my full support as one of the board of directors to be writing a new chapter for Comlux Completion to become the centre of excellence and innovation in VIP completion.”

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