General Dynamics name Larry Flynn as president of Gulfstream Aerospace starting in September


Joe Lombardo to continue as executive vice president of General Dynamics Aerospace

General Dynamics has announced that Larry
Flynn will become president of Gulfstream Aerospace on 1 September 2011. Flynn
will report to Joseph T. Lombardo, who has served as both executive vice
president of General Dynamics’ Aerospace group and president of Gulfstream
Aerospace since 2007. Lombardo will continue in his role as executive vice

Flynn has been senior vice president of marketing and sales for Gulfstream
Aerospace since 2008. From 2001 until 2008 he was president of Gulfstream
Product Support. He became a vice president of General Dynamics in October

In announcing Flynn’s appointment Lombardo said, “Larry Flynn has a broad base
of operational and customer-focused experience that will serve him well as he
leads Gulfstream into the future. His direction of Gulfstream’s marketing and
sales organization has given Larry exceptional insight into the needs of our
increasingly international customer base. I’m confident that he will capitalize
on that knowledge to enhance the company’s positioning as a global leader in
business aviation.”

Flynn joined Gulfstream in May 1995 as vice president of aircraft services,
bringing with him more than 25 years of experience in managing aircraft service
facilities. Before joining Gulfstream, he was vice president, Location Based
Services, for Stevens Aviation, where he was responsible for managing
maintenance facilities and overseeing service on various models of corporate
jets. Earlier, Flynn served as a regional vice president for Signature Flight
Support and as executive vice president and general manager for AMR Combs.

Flynn earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s
degree in manpower management from the University of Kansas.