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Ross Aviation Names Larry Jorash VP Of Operations, Integrations & Safety

Will Oversee Multiple Locations Through In The Eastern U.S.

Larry Jorash has joined Ross Aviation as vice president of Operations, Integrations and Safety. In this role, Jorash will have oversight of the following locations: Bedford (KBED), Sarasota (KSRQ), Worcester (KORH), Hyannis (KHYA), Westfield (KBAF) and MRO operations. Larry will also be responsible for future FBO integrations into Ross Aviation’s expanding network, along with the oversight of companywide safety programs.

“Larry’s addition to our family is part of our ongoing commitments to safety, performance, and growth, and we are excited to work with Larry to solidify our leadership positions in these areas,” says Brian Corbett, CEO of Ross Aviation. Jorash was most recently the Senior Vice President Operations for Signature Flight Support. He joined Signature in 1998 as the General Manager of the Bradley Int'l Airport FBO facility, and later progressed through the positions of Area General Manager and Regional Vice President, before performing the role of Vice President of Operations Planning.

“Larry’s long tenured experience in the aviation industry will prove to be a very valuable asset to the portfolio of Ross Aviation companies. He is an active pilot, flight instructor and has been very involved with industry groups such as NATA,” said Cy Farmer, COO of Ross Aviation.

(Image provided with Ross Aviation news release)



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