About the BCAC
PROMOTING THE SHARED INTERESTS OF THE BC AVIATION COMMUNITY SINCE 1938
The British Columbia Aviation Council, established in 1938, is a member-driven organization that represents and promotes the shared interests of the aviation community.
Aviation is critical to growing the BC economy and the aviation sector supports British Columbians in their everyday lives. It is the job of the BCAC, in partnership with members, stakeholders, and the community, to positively influence the well-being of British Columbia’s aviation sector. It is only by innovating and finding new ways to work together will we see a visible, connected, and thriving aviation and aerospace industry in BC.
The British Columbia Aviation Council is a charitable society established under the Society Act.
An aviation and aerospace industry that is visible, connected, and thriving.
To promote, stimulate and encourage the development, growth and advancement of aviation and aerospace in British Columbia.
Five Strategic Priorities for BCAC
- Increasing Visibility
- Contributing to the Development of Aviation and Aerospace Policy
- People: The Industry’s Future
- Encouraging a Connected Community with a Strong Voice
- Ensuring continued Organizational Sustainability and Financial Stability
British Columbia Aviation Council
PO Box 31040
Tel: (604) 278-9330
Fax: 1-888-833-1507 (toll free in North America)
Executive Director – Candace McKibbon