Monette Pasher, Executive Director of Atlantic Canada Airports Association named President Canadian Airports Council

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(HALIFAX) Tuesday, July 19th, 2022 – Airports Council International North America (ACI-NA), the trade association that represents commercial airports in the US and Canada, announced the appointment of Monette Pasher as permanent president of the Canadian Airports Council (CAC), the Canadian division of ACI-NA.

“Monette is a passionate airport leader and advocate with an exemplary track record of working with industry to assist Atlantic Canada’s Airports,” says Goronwy Price, president of the Atlantic Canada Airports Association and CEO of Goose Bay Airport.

Since 2008, Monette has assisted our airports in expanding critical airport infrastructure and provided valuable input to help shape airport policy and programs. Goronwy continued, “Atlantic Canada’s Airports are delighted to see Monette be promoted to the head of our national airport council, where she can continue her great work for all of Canada’s airports.”

Monette has served as the Executive Director of Atlantic Canada’s Airports Association for the past 14 years. She has assisted the airports on numerous airport policy files and been instrumental working with the airports and air carriers to grow air service in the region.

Monette Pasher, President Canadian Airports Council

“Atlantic Canada’s airports are critical to building strong economies and communities and I’m proud to have represented our airports all of these years,” noted Pasher. “The last two and a half years have been especially challenging for the aviation sector, but if there is one thing the pandemic has taught us it’s that air service is essential in this region to connect people from coast-to-coast for goods, medical services, business, trade and tourism,” noted Pasher.

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