Sounding Board: Five Minutes With Gulfstream President Mark Burns

Mark Burns
Burns speaking to an audience including media, company staff, and the mayor of Farnborough during an event at Gulfstream's maintenance facility March 10.
Credit: Angus Batey
In the increasingly mobile world of work of the 21st century it is rare to find people who have spent an entire career within a single firm. Mark Burns, Gulfstream Aerospace president, may be the most prominent of business aviation’s company men. The Savannah native joined his local airframer as a...
Angus Batey

Angus Batey has been contributing to various titles within the Aviation Week Network since 2009, reporting on topics ranging from defense and space to business aviation, advanced air mobility and cybersecurity.

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