The British Columbia Aviation Council, established in 1938, is a member-driven organization that represents and promotes the shared interests of the aviation and aerospace community in our province.
Aviation and aerospace is critical to growing the region’s economy and supports British Columbians in their lives every day. It is the role of the BCAC, in partnership with members, stakeholders and the community, to positively influence the well-being of British Columbia’s aviation/aerospace sector.
It is only by increasing awareness, innovating and finding new ways to work together that we will ensure a visible, connected, and thriving aviation and aerospace industry supporting the Province’s social-economic development. The Council currently has over 340 members.
Vision: An aviation and aerospace industry that is visible, connected and thriving.
Mission: To promote, stimulate and encourage the development, growth and advancement of aviation and aerospace in British Columbia.
The British Columbia Aviation Council is a registered charity operating under the BC Society Act.