Gulfstream Customer Support Announces Strategic Service Center Appointments

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. recently announced several appointments across its customer support network to further enhance the Gulfstream customer experience. 

Sasha Cejic, Robert Medina and April Morina have each been promoted to regional vice president of service center operations, a new role created to ensure that customers and operators continue to experience consistent excellence across the Gulfstream service network. All three have held leadership positions within Gulfstream Customer Support’s service centers, and combined, bring decades of experience working directly with Gulfstream customers. 

“The Gulfstream fleet is growing, and so are we,” said Derek Zimmerman, president, Gulfstream Customer Support. “Our longstanding commitment to exceeding customers’ expectations is well known, and these promotions are part of the strategic expansions to our extensive support network that will position us to continue to provide the exceptional service our customers have long relied on.”  

Cejic is responsible for facilities in Brunswick and Savannah, Georgia; and Farnborough, England; Medina for facilities in Mesa, Arizona; Van Nuys and Long Beach, California; and at Fort Worth Alliance Airport in Texas; and Morina for facilities at St. Louis Downtown Airport in Illinois; and in Palm Beach, Florida; Appleton, Wisconsin; and Westfield, Massachusetts. All report to Joe Rivera, vice president of service center operations.

Additionally, Gulfstream Customer Support recently named Scott Larner general manager of Gulfstream’s Westfield service center. In this role, Larner reports to Morina and will oversee daily operations including aircraft maintenance, safety, quality and customer satisfaction. 

These appointments follow recent Customer Support facility expansions that are in progress or have been completed in Savannah, Mesa, Fort Worth, Farnborough, Palm Beach, Appleton and Van Nuys.