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Ken Dandy Retires from 44 Years at Innotech Aviation

November 27, 2008, Vancouver - Kenneth Dandy, long time vice-president and general manager of the Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group for Western Canada has retired after 44 years with the company. Dandy was responsible for the company's FBO operations, technical services and marketing and sales efforts in Western Canada.


November 27, 2008
Carey Fredericks

November 27, 2008, Vancouver – Kenneth Dandy, long time vice-president and general manager of the Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group for Western Canada has retired after 44 years with the company. Dandy was responsible for the company's FBO operations, technical services and marketing and sales efforts in Western Canada. In recent years he was successful in marketing and selling Innotech's technical services to China, and later responsible for the operations of Pacific Avionics & Instruments Ltd. and Execaire's flight management efforts. Dandy was also very active in a number of aviation support groups and is a past president of the Aerospace Industries Association of British Columbia, The British Columbia Aviation Council and currently sits on the board of Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. Dandy has established a service and support consultancy that will serve segments of the market that reflect his background and experience. From international and domestic marketing to management of technical services, acquisitions, FBO operations, flight management support in addition to effective liaison with OEMs, Transport Canada and airport authority groups. Dandy can be contacted at 604.312.8648 or kdandy@shaw.ca..