VP of Global Regulatory Affairs General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA)
Greg Bowles is the Vice President of Global Innovation & Policy for the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) where he is responsible for the identification of key technological opportunities to evolve the global safety, efficiency and success of aviation. Currently GAMA leads the general aviation industry in realizing a range of innovations from increased automation/manned autonomous operations and hybrid/electric aviation propulsion solutions to reduced noise supersonic travel. For the last 10-years, Greg has been the central figure in assuring the general aviation community can continue to evolve and adapt innovation as he co-leads the efforts to revitalize general aviation design (Co-Chair FAA Part 23 ARC, Chairman ASTM F44, Member EASA CS-23 Reorganisation, etc). Greg also leads the GAMA Electric Propulsion & Innovation Committee (EPIC) which represents the world’s leading on-demand mobility development companies along with traditional aviation manufacturers as this community strives to enable new kinds of public transportation through the air.
Greg brings a broad array of real world engineering experience from both large and small scale aerospace companies. Prior to joining GAMA, Greg worked as a certification engineer at Keystone Helicopter (currently Sikorsky) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In this role Greg coordinated with the FAA, EASA, and various other foreign authorities on design certification activities for various rotary and fixed winged aircraft. Greg began his career as a design engineer at Cessna Aircraft Company (Currently Textron Aviation) in Wichita, Kansas.
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