The NAA Welcomes New Director of FBO Services and Director of Operations and Maintenance
The Naples Airport Authority is continuing to expand its leadership team with a new Director of FBO Services and a new Director of Operations and Maintenance.
Byron Gray was named the new Director of FBO Services for Naples Aviation, the airport’s fixed base operator (FBO), in December. In this newly created position, Gray directs and plans all FBO activities, including customer relations, aircraft servicing, ground handling, office/flight support facilities, and ramp management associated with flight activities.
Gray has more than two decades of success and experience in the general aviation industry. Most recently the National Sales Manager for a national fuel supplier, he has also held leadership positions in several internationally known FBO chains.
Barry Brown started his new role as the NAA’s new Director of Operations and Maintenance in January. In this position, Brown oversees staff responsible for airport operations, emergency planning, maintenance and security activities.
For the past decade, Brown has served in high-level operations and maintenance roles at U.S. airports that offer commercial and general aviation services. He most recently served as Deputy Director of Operations and Maintenance at the Portland International Jetport in Maine and has also held management roles at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport and Southwest Florida International Airport.
“We are grateful to have Byron and Barry join the NAA team,” said Chris Rozansky, Executive Director of the Naples Airport Authority. “Their experience in aviation, combined with their leadership skills, will be huge assets helping strategically guide the NAA while providing our customers with the exceptional experience that they’ve come to expect from us.”
Please join the NAA in welcoming our new team leaders.