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Aloft AeroArchitects appoints CEO
Scott Meyer has lead many an aerospace and business aviation organisation over his more than 30 year career. Now he joins Aloft Aero to address new opportunities as the market develops.
Chief executive officer Scott Meyer.

Aloft AeroArchitects, the Delaware-based specialist in completions, inspections, overhaul, maintenance and auxiliary fuel systems installations for large cabin head of state, VVIP and government aircraft, has appointed Scott A Meyer as chief executive officer, effective immediately. Meyer was selected to fill the role in a planned transition due to the retirement of previous CEO Robert Sundin after more than 40 years in the aviation industry.

Meyer is an accomplished aerospace and business aviation executive with more than 30 years of experience leading large organisations. After earning his degree and other post-graduate work in aerospace engineering from Purdue University, his early career focused on leading edge technologies such as solid rocket motor design, advanced material applications for launch vehicles and aerospace technology-based operations.

In the mid-90s, Meyer transitioned to the transport category business aviation sector where he has spent nearly two decades in senior leadership roles. He was CEO of startup MRO and completion centre Comlux America and most recently COO for the North American operations of Flying Colours Corporation.

“The business, commercial and defence aviation sectors are rapidly evolving and generating new opportunities as we begin to emerge from the global pandemic coupled with the rapidly changing geo-political environment,” says Meyer. “We see meaningful growth potential in leveraging Aloft's nearly 40 years of progressive capabilities and services to create innovative solutions for a broader aviation community. Our Delaware base of operations provides a very favourable business climate for our current and future customers including ready access to the New York-Washington, DC corridor with government and the military markets, large corporations as well as a considerable density of high-net-worth end-users.”

Retiring president and CEO Sundin adds: “Scott is a solid addition to our team, bringing decades of technological expertise, executive gravitas and a practical approach to service excellence. His hands-on leadership and creative problem solving will benefit Aloft customers and help propel expansion into new and evolving markets.”

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