Jay L. Johnson, CEO of General Dynamics, addressed those questions in a brief statement. "Our sorrow from the loss of these four great men is very deep," said Johnson. He went on to say that that, as Gulfstream works with the NTSB on the investigation, the "cause of this terrible tragedy will be determined." He suggested that flight testing would resume before long but stopped short of giving any kind of time frame. Johnson concluded the remarks with a vote of confidence in the airplane, the program and the company, saying that "the G650 will take its place atop the long line of safe, reliable, high-performance business jets on which Gulfstream has built its superb reputation."