New management consultant to guide the Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival
The co-hosts, the Toronto Aerospace Museum and Parc Downsview Park Inc., of the Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival have announced the appointment of Eamonn Flynn to their management team.
January 18, 2008 By Carey Fredericks
Jan. 18, 2008, Downsview, Ont. – The co-hosts, the Toronto Aerospace Museum and Parc Downsview Park Inc., of the Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival announced the appointment of Eamonn Flynn to their management team effective December 27, 2007. Welcoming his appointment, Show Manager Paul Cabot said “I am delighted to welcome Eamonn Flynn to the Wings & Wheels team. This decision reflects the Toronto Aerospace Museum’s commitment to improving and expanding our capabilities for a bigger and better annual show. Eamonn brings with him a wealth of experience both as a show operator and director, at a key point in our festival’s evolution.”
Eamonn Flynn was owner, CEO, & Show Manager of the Toronto Aviation & Aircraft Show from 1992-2000. He was responsible for concept, planning and implementation of Canada’s largest aviation trade and consumer show, and is the recipient of COPA’s Good Show Award. He holds a private pilot licence, and has enjoyed a 20 year career as an Air Traffic Controller at YYZ ACC.
Reflecting on his appointment, Eamonn Flynn said “I am very excited at the prospect of guiding the Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival as it continues to grow into one of Canada’s principal indoor/outdoor heritage exhibits. From classics to current aircraft , military to civilian vehicles and static to flying models, I look forward to expanding the festival’s engagement with the aviation industries and other participants.”
Toronto’s 3rd annual Wings & Wheels Heritage Festival takes place at Downsview Park on Saturday and Sunday, May 24 & 25, 2008. This exciting fun-filled weekend features a variety of aviation and vehicle related activities for young and old alike.
For further information contact Paul Cabot, Show Manager,
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