Comlux America, the Completion and Services center of the Comlux Group based in Indianapolis IN announced the appointment of Scott Meyer as the new CEO. Scott currently serves as the COO for Comlux America and he will take on this new role beginning the 1st of April 2015.
Scott Meyer started his career in aviation over 25 years ago, with a focus on VIP interior modifications. Scott has been with Comlux America almost since the inception of the company. He started his career at Comlux in 2009 and he was the 2nd management individual recruited during the establishment of the company. Scott was an integral part of the development of Comlux from the ground up, taking on roles of everything from working as a recruiter and salesman for the company, to managing employees in all areas of the business as they came in. Ultimately, in his first role of VP Engineering, Scott created and developed the engineering department of the company. In 2011 he was promoted to VP Operations and since early 2014 he has held the COO position and served as second in command to the CEO. “Today The Comlux Group is positioned to further progress our brand with the advent of our new wide body facility extension and first wide body VVIP completion program. With an unwavering sense of duty to our clients, employees, shareholders and business partners, I am proud and excited to bring the next first for Comlux” stated Meyer.
Scott Meyer will be replacing the current CEO, Jim Soleo. Jim will continue to support and work with Comlux Aviation’s Board of Directors.
“I wish to express to Jim my extreme gratitude for the great work he has achieved as the CEO of Comlux America,” states Richard Gaona, Chairman and CEO of Comlux the Aviation Group. “The Board of Directors and I fully support and stand behind Scott in his new role of CEO as he continues to grow the company.”
Comlux America located in Indianapolis, Indiana is part of Comlux, The Aviation Group, a leading provider of worldwide VIP aviation services that includes aircraft management, VIP charter, aircraft sales and acquisitions, aircraft cabin designs and completions, aircraft engineering services, aircraft maintenance, and avionics design and integration.
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