Aviation consultancy Cirrus Intelligence launches in Montreal

17 April 2024 Consulting.ca 1 min. read

Cirrus Intelligence, a consulting firm focusing on airlines, airports, and aerospace companies, has launched in the Montreal suburb of Mirabel, QC.

The consulting team, which currently has five members listed on its website, will help aerospace sector clients solve strategic, technological, and regulatory challenges with targeted expertise and custom solutions.

Cirrus’ offerings include aeronautical compliance and safety audits, airfield management consulting, security management system solutions, aviation training programs, fly-in fly-out services, and support for small- and medium-sized airports.

"CIRRUS Intelligence benefits from an exceptional team of professionals, whose diverse aviation expertise is our backbone. Their in-depth understanding of the industry's current and future challenges enables us to offer cutting-edge solutions tailored to our customers' specific requirements," said Olivier Richer, managing director.

Aviation consultancy Cirrus Intelligence launches in Montreal

Richer has over 25 years of aviation experience, and most recently served as director of quality and safety management systems at an air transport firm specializing in charter flights.

The Cirrus team also includes Mathieu Morin, strategic development manager; Benoit Beauchamp, skills development and training specialist; Martine Lessard, training program management specialist; and Darragh Hyland, senior advisor in airline safety and quality assurance.

“The global health crisis has exacerbated the scarcity of qualified personnel and expertise in the aviation field, a challenge to which CIRRUS Intelligence responds by offering essential support to companies wishing to make significant improvements or strengthen their regulatory compliance,” a press release from Cirrus stated. “The firm doesn't just offer generic consultations: it provides targeted expertise and tailor-made solutions that respond directly to its customers' specific challenges.”