Eviation Reorgs

Eviation announced a leadership reorganization, under which Gregory Davis has assumed the role of interim-CEO as part of a planned succession process that reflects the company’s transition to the production phase of the all-electric Alice aircraft. He replaces outgoing CEO and co-founder Omer Bar-Yohay. Omer will be joining Eviation’s board and is deeply committed to the company’s long
term success.
Gregory Davis brings extensive aerospace and international business development experience from companies including Viking Air Limited and Marshall Aerospace. As president of Eviation prior to this new role, he is fully versed in the company’s strategy and operations.
Eviation has retained a world-class executive search agency to identify a leader to power the company into its next phase, including a broader program for the certification and production readiness of Alice in three formats – cargo, commuter and executive cabin.
“Eviation expects to make the first flight of Alice in the upcoming weeks, having completed many preliminary milestones including initial taxi and flight test preparations,” said Dominique Spragg, Chairman of Eviation. “As we complete the technical demonstration phase, Eviation is now preparing for production to make affordable regional air travel a reality in the coming years.”
“We wish to express our appreciation to Omer for his contributions as a co-founder and executive of Eviation,” Spragg added.