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How can HEPAC best help the industry?

Now that HEPAC seems to be taking off, what do you think their role should be? How can they best serve the Canadian helicopter industry? What advice would you offer them?


August 14, 2008
By Drew McCarthy


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HEPAC announced its interim board of directors on June 25 and
will hold its first AGM in the fall, when its first elected president
and board of directors will be chosen. The association currently has
about 100 members; that number includes pilots, engineers and
operators.

HEPAC spokesperson, interim president and pilot Lee Johnson says that three issues currently represent the priorities of the
association: industry self-management, insurance benefits for pilots, and a pilot mentorship program.

Now that things seem to be taking off for them, what do you think their role should be? How can they best serve the Canadian helicopter industry? What advice would you offer them?

To read more about HEPAC …

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See:
HEPAC Taking Shape: Membership Growing, Priorities Are Set

See also:
HEPAC announces its interim Board of Directors


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