Aerion Appoints Matthew Cram Deputy General Counsel
Aerion, the leader in supersonic travel, today announced that Matthew Cram has been named Deputy General Counsel, supporting the company in a variety of legal, contractual and corporate governance matters as it develops the AS2® supersonic business jet.
Cram, who has extensive experience in commercial and corporate law, corporate governance and compliance in the aerospace industry, has served in a variety of contractual, legal and administrative positions at Aerion. Previously, Cram was a shareholder at Aero Law Group, a leading aviation law firm representing high-net-worth individuals, corporations and commercial airlines around the world in aviation transactions. Prior to that, Cram held a variety of contractual and finance positions at the Boeing Company.
Cram holds a Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the from the University of Seattle school of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Idaho.
Aerion, the industry leader in supersonic travel, is pioneering a new generation of efficient, economical, and environmentally responsible supersonic aircraft. The Mach 1.4 AS2® business jet is scheduled to begin flight testing in 2024. Aerion entered into a partnership with Boeing in February 2019 to develop the AS2® and advance the supersonic market. In October 2018, Aerion and GE Aviation unveiled the quiet and efficient GE Affinity™ engine, the first supersonic engine in more than 50 years.
04 19 2019
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