Goyer Takes Over Top Spot at Flying

Robert Goyer has assumed the lead position at Flying Magazine, replacing Michael Maya Charles as Editor-In-Chief.

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Robert Goyer has assumed the lead position at Flying Magazine, replacing Michael Maya Charles as Editor-In-Chief. Maya Charles, who replaced J. Mac McClellan at the top spot in July, is expected to return to his original interests as an aviation writer and photographer. Goyer has been with Flying since 1994, most recently as executive editor. Before that, he served on the editorial staffs of several other respected general aviation magazines. Goyer said, "I look forward to the opportunity to work in my new capacity alongside the many talented professionals here at Flying. I'm confident that Flying will continue to be the world-class product our readers have loved for decades as we take it to new heights." Publisher Dick Koenig said, "Robert's skill with new media and his track record for running successful monthly magazines, combined with his breadth of knowledge of the aviation industry, will enable us to provide our readers with the Flying experience they have come to expect, and then some."