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Float Plane LandingOur members consist of all commercial floatplane operators, organizations and individuals (Associate members) who have a vested interest in the floatplane industry. Founded by floatplane operators in British Columbia, our goal is to include and welcome all floatplane operators who have a common goal of achieving a safe and contemporary industry. By striving to achieve these goals of safety or Best Practices and predicated on inclusiveness of all floatplane operators, we hope to improve on the industry’s safety elements through input, participation, ideas and methods that are brought forward by the membership and the public. Our elected board of nine members, represents all sizes of operators and geographic locations. about2

President: Vince Crooks-Wilderness Seaplanes/Pacific Coastal Airlines
Vice President: Eric Scott-Harbour Air
Treasurer: Terry Hiebert-Seair Seaplanes
Secretary: Edward Gee-Viking Air

 

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