GAMA Statement on Retirement of U.S. GAO Civil Aviation Issues Director Gerald Dillingham
Washington DC – The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) President and CEO Pete Bunce today issued the following statement about the retirement of the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) Director of Civil Aviation Issues Gerald Dillingham:
“In his role overseeing the GAO’s civil aviation portfolio, Gerald addressed U.S. and global issues. He approached his investigative work on behalf of the U.S. Congress in a very thoughtful and fair-minded way, offering analyses and insight on a variety of issues, from certification reform to air traffic modernization, to aviation safety. His professional approach and careful consideration of issues contributed to moving the industry’s and nation’s safety record forward. We wish Gerald all the best as he departs the GAO after 40 years of service, and thank him for his dedication.”
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GAMA is an international trade association representing over 100 of the world's leading manufacturers of general aviation airplanes and rotorcraft, engines, avionics, components and related services. GAMA's members also operate repair stations, fixed based operations, pilot and maintenance training facilities and manage fleets of aircraft. For more information, visit GAMA's website at www.GAMA.aero.