T: +1.226.908.5379 | E: [email protected]
Office: Kitchener, ON
Dan Fox has a diverse aviation background, and extensive education in Aviation Management. His career as a consultant is focused on regulatory compliance, advisory services, and aviation planning work. Having a diverse work experience including airport capital planning, emergency services, and airport operations, he has broad career experience on which to draw from. He has developed and delivered extensive training materials related to regulatory compliance, airport development and operations. Emergency Response planning, and Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting are part of his continuing studies and career experience. His airport operations experience ranges from equipment operations, and maintenance, to development of airport operations manuals, to implementing operational plans and systems as an airport duty manager. Having worked at various Southern Ontario Airports, he has been engaged in airport operations including development and training in certificated programs, systems implementations, and leadership in airport operations.
As a project manager, Dan brings multi-disciplinary functions together to work towards project completion. Dan has vast experience in developing sustainable processes and procedures to meet regulatory compliance. Applying this knowledge firsthand, he has completed dozens of Quality Assurance audits at Canadian Airports, with physical inspections for TP 312 compliance, and auditing outputs of the operations and SMS programs. Dan’s Advisory Services offerings have ranged from the development of operational programs for airport clients, to working as an extension of staff for individual clients responding to regulatory oversight pressures. Dan has conducted a range of research and planning studies related to capital and operational programs. His studies ensure airports financial constraints are reflected in operational decision making. His aviation experience has been applied to heliport planning and operations, working closely with hospital heliports to maintain regulatory compliance, and operate safely.
Working as a training partner for IAAE Canada he has provided TP 312 5th Edition training for airports across Canada. Dan continues his professional development in having become one of the first Accredited Airport Professionals (AAP) in Canada.