To70 Aviation adds Leo Robinson as managing director

30 November 2022 2 min. read
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To70 Aviation, a Netherlands-headquartered aviation consulting firm, has hired aerospace engineer Leo Robinson as a managing director.

Based in Toronto, Robinson will lead the firm’s Canada office, which opened in 2019. He will oversee day-to-day operations, financial management, business development, project delivery, and management of staff.

Robinson has over 8 years of experience in aviation engineering and airports management. He previously spent over 2 years as airports manager at Greenstone Airports. Before that, he spent two years at Bombardier, where he was an airworthiness engineering professional.

Robinson was also previously an aircraft performance engineer at Navblue, an Airbus Company, where he spent three and a half years.

To70 Aviation adds Leo Robinson as managing director

Earlier in his career, Robinson was an air traffic controller at Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados.

He has a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from Ryerson University, a bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of the West Indies, Jamaica, and is currently completing a master’s degree in engineering management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

“My top priority at To70 Aviation Canada is providing our clients across North America with outstanding research and consulting services, presenting data-driven insight, and taking clients’ specific operating environment into consideration,” Robinson said. “We will identify opportunities for innovative development which will generate high ROI to our clients, and an improved travel experience for their customers. Key areas of study will be Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), airspace modernization, smart airports and environmental sustainability.”

To70 was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands. The consultancy has 69 employees on LinkedIn and offices in Europe, the Americas, and Asia-Pacific.

To70 helps airports, airlines, governments, and air navigation services providers improve their operational performance. The firm’s consultants help clients establish policy, business, and operational strategies to meet industry challenges; develop plans to manage sustainable growth; design and validate aviation services to meet operational needs; and optimize operational performance through review and analysis.