Hope Air welcomes Adam L. Wilcox
to National Advisory Council

Hope Air – Canada’s national charity providing free flights and accommodations to Canadians in need of medical care far from home – announced today the addition of Adam L. Wilcox to the Hope Air National Advisory Council.  

His involvement in the Council strengthens Hope Air’s ability to enhance awareness, specifically in the Commercial & Business aviation sector, in the airport environment and beyond, as we scale to meet demand, bridging the gap between home and hospital for Canadians.  

Adam brings an extensive background in aviation. He managed airport operations, business and stakeholder development for Porter Airlines among other executive roles. Adam has also been responsible for Innotech Execaire Aviation Group sales of new Cessna Citation business aircraft in the Ontario market as well as all provinces from Manitoba to Newfoundland. Adam is the Director of Business Development & Network Planning for Canada Jetlines. Among countless additional professional achievements, Wilcox has acquired and continues to strive towards refining a skill set which encompasses business and stakeholder development, operations, sales, finance, marketing, communications and management. 

“We are delighted to welcome Adam to our National Council,” said Mark Rubinstein, Chief Hope Officer with Hope Air. “His passion for aviation, combined with our work with airlines as a force for good, is a perfect match. We are honoured to have Adam as part of our Council”

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