Ken Dandy Hangs Shingle after 44 Years at Innotech

AINmxReports » December 3, 2008
December 3, 2008, 9:53 AM

Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group vice president and general manager Kenneth Dandy resigned after 44 years with the Montreal-based company. In his last position, Dandy was responsible for the company’s FBO operations, technical services and marketing and sales efforts in western Canada. But don’t call me retired, he says. “I am not ready to retire and I feel that I have something to offer the industry which I’ve serviced and that has been good to me over many, many years.” Instead, as the new principal of Kenneth F. Dandy and Associates in Richmond, B.C., he will offer advice and support to aerospace companies in his areas of expertise. These include international and domestic marketing, management of technical services, acquisitions, FBO operations, flight management support and liaison with OEMs, Transport Canada and airport authority groups. While at Innotech-Execaire, Dandy marketed and sold the company’s services in China. He was also responsible for running Pacific Avionics & Instruments and Execaire’s flight management efforts.

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