Environment 1 (EV1), room 347
519-888-4567, ext. 33463
Join Captain Sunny Jambhale as he shares some of the best lessons he’s learned navigating his way into professional aviation - from the importance of networking as a student, to building your professional reputation in the industry.
Sunny will also share tips on stress management and work-life balance, and why you should always have a plan B!
Join us Tuesday, November 30, 2021
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Zoom - link will be provided upon registration
Submit your questions for Sunny when you register or ask them during the event
BES '17, Geography & Aviation
Captain, Northstar Air
My name is Sunny Jambhale and I am a pilot working for a company in northwest Ontario. Currently I am a captain on the Pilatus PC-12. In this role, it is my duty to manage the safe operation of our aircraft. I work with a fantastic team of First officers, ground crew, and other staff to run a safe and efficient operation on our fleet.
I began my formal university education and training at University of Waterloo in 2013. Between 2013-2017 I completed my professional degree, as well as the pilot training program. Along the way I met some of my best friends both within and outside the aviation industry.
Upon graduation I decided to work in the north, gaining valuable experience unique to our beautiful country. I "landed" a job at a company based out of Thunder Bay, at first working in the operation control centre. Eventually I was promoted to a First Officer on the PC-12. As of 2019, I have been a captain on the PC-12. I absolutely love my job, the team members I get to work with, and most of all the beauty of Canada's north.
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