Executive Director Vacancy Announcement
The Aviation Council of Pennsylvania announced on December 3, 2013 that Bob Rockmaker has stepped down as its Executive Director. Having started with the Council in 1989, Bob has served the organization for 24 years helping to guide its progress to support and grow aviation and aerospace in Pennsylvania.
Bob will continue to be involved in the aviation industry as the President of the Flight School Association of North America (FSANA). As a Founder of FSANA, he along with others in the flight training industry look forward to helping to grow the pilot population in North America and assist flight schools to increase student pilot starts and completions.
The Council wishes to formally thank Bob for his 24 years of dedicated service to our organization. His passion for aviation, as well as his personal and professional commitment to the industry is recognized as instrumental in the accomplishment of numerous projects that have supported our mission and benefited our members. The Council will be conducting a formal search effort that will commence before year-end to seek the best replacement to serve the Council moving forward.
The Aviation Council of Pennsylvania (ACP) consists of airports, fixed-base operators, flight schools, business aircraft operators, aerospace manufacturers and suppliers, air charter operators, and other aviation organizations and suppliers all working together to improve and promote aviation and aerospace throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The purpose of the ACP is to represent the Pennsylvania aviation and aerospace community in matters involving government and private sector interests; to improve and promote aviation in partnership with local, state and federal government; and to increase and enhance public awareness of aviation and aerospace.