Longtime NBAA Staffers Tender Resignations

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As the deadline for this edition of Business AVflash was approaching, AVweb learned that NBAA Senior Vice President, Operations Bob Blouin had tendered his resignation. Also leaving the association is Cassandra Bosco, who has served as senior manager, media relations, since 1988. Both resignations came within days of each other. At our deadline, neither Blouin nor Bosco had responded to e-mails seeking additional information.

Blouin joined the NBAA in 1997 after a successful career including service as vice president, technical operations, for Short Brothers (USA) Inc., where he was responsible for the factory product support of 176 aircraft based in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Pacific Territories. Blouin has an airline transport pilot certificate with a Learjet type rating and over 8,500 flying hours. Bosco's background includes public relations and communications services for the General Aviation Manufacturers Association.