Management Team



Wendy has spent over 30 years in the Yukon Territory. She is a Certified Management Accountant and has extensive experience with various businesses and industries in the North. She first joined Alkan Air in 1993 and quickly gained a passion for the aviation industry while working in accounting, dispatch and flight operations. Wendy became a partner in Alkan Air in 2007 while serving as general manager and became President in 2012.



Jeff Faulkner has lived in the Yukon for the past 25 years and comes from a family of aviators and wilderness enthusiasts. Jeff started flying in 1997, completed his flight training with Coastal Pacific Aviation and joined Alkan Air in 2002. Jeff has a wide range of flight experience on wheel, float and ski aircraft. He has flown throughout Western and Northern Canada operating bush, charter and medevac flights. In 2012, Jeff became an operating partner and transitioned from Assistant Chief Pilot overseeing bush operations to Chief Pilot. Jeff continues to oversee the bush operation as the company’s Vice President.

ALLISON DYMOND  – vice president 

Allison comes to Alkan Air with a varied background  in helicopters and fixed wing experience.  She has 20 years of experience as a helicopter pilot in the Canadian Forces with multiple international deployments. She oversaw the pilot training program and was the senior instructor responsible for the training and evaluation of pilot instructors and delivery of a Wing wide human performance in aviation program. She has been an assistant chief pilot, training captain and an ACP for helicopters and an Operations Manager for 703/704 fixed wing airplanes.  She comes with a strong background in both technical aspect of rules and regulations and the human component of culture and safety.




Kevin has been in the aviation world for 9 years now. After completing his schooling at the Moncton Flight College in Moncton, New Brunswick, he was torn where to start his aviation career. With a lucky break, Kevin started bush flying in 2010 in Fort Simpson, NWT where he fell in love with the North and what it had to offer. After leaving the North late 2011, he knew it was only a matter of time before he would connect back with this spectacular mountainous land.  Flying coast to coast and even outside of North America doing aerial survey, he acquired not only the importance of safety in aviation but also the knowledge of operating in foreign countries. Kevin started with Alkan Air early 2015 and is currently the Chief Pilot and flies the Caravan, Navajo and King Airs


Angela began flying at 18 in the Okanagan, completing the Aviation Diploma Program OUC in Kelowna. After completing her instructor rating, she worked at flight schools in Vernon and Whitehorse before starting at Alkan Air in 2001 flying King Airs.  After a lengthy break to have a family, Angela rejoined Alkan Air in 2014. In 2015 she took on the role of Safety Manager and Quality Assurance Auditor, and in 2018, the role of Operations Manager.


Adam Scheck was born and grew up in the Yukon.  Adam started his flight training in Whitehorse in 2001.  Adam’s ambition was to fly in the bush and he flew for local operators in the Yukon including Alkan Air.  In 2008 he moved south after an opportunity arose to fly floatplanes on the West Coast, making Nanaimo his new home.   Since then he’s remained connected to the North spending several years flying seasonally in the Yukon. He has thousands of hours of experience safely operating a variety of aircraft on the Coast and in the North.   Adam rejoined Alkan Air in 2015 and became an operating partner in 2017.

Steven Lick – Director of Maintenance

Steven graduated from Northern Light College in 2008 and completed an apprenticeship at Adventure Aviation out of Grande Prarie. In 2010 he became fully licenced as an AME and continued in his career path to become the Operations Manager for Happy Gas, an FBO in Grande Prarie, managing all Fuel Operations, Base Operations and the maintenance of all Ground Equipment. Between 2010 and 2017 he privately maintained 20+ aircraft ranging from a Piper Cherokee 180 to King Air 90 and Pilatus PC12 out of Grande Prarie. In 2017, Steve and his family decided to move to the Yukon to be closer to family and started employment with Alkan Air in May 2017. He worked his way up from an AME on the Floor to Crew Chief and has recently become the Director of Maintenance.

Allison mauro – Human Resources

Allison Mauro is the Human Resources Manager with Alkan Air. Originally from Ontario, Allison spent some time living on the East Coast prior to the mountains calling her to Yukon. She first started at Alkan in October 2018 as the Executive Assistant, prior to moving into the HR world in 2019. Her previous education was for an Honors Degree in Science, specialization in Kinesiology and worked as a Registered Massage Therapist before entering the world of aviation. In pursuit of her passion for learning, she thoroughly enjoys the quirks of the aviation industry and looks forward to continuing to grow with Alkan Air.  

hanne michiels – accounting manager

Hanne Michiels is the Accounting Manager at Alkan Air since November 2018. Hanne is originally from Belgium, where she obtained a Masters in Business Economics at the Catholic University of Leuven in 2008. From 2008 to 2017, she has held various financial positions within Umicore, a global Materials Technology and Recycling Group with head office in Brussels. She mainly focused on Metals & Currency Hedging, and traveled the world to implement software systems in the company’s foreign affiliates.
In the summer of 2017, she ended up in the Yukon by coincidence, and fell in love with the Territory. After a year of travelling in South-America, she came back to Whitehorse in the summer of 2018, this time to work and settle down. Numbers and planning are her two large passions, so she feels as if the Accounting Manager position was tailor-made for her.

eli pasquiali– safety manager

Eli grew up in the Yukon and has called it home. After graduating from Selkirk Colleges Aviation program in 2008 he has flown both wheeled and float aircraft all over the world. Prior to returning to Alkan Air in 2017 he was employed as a production test pilot and lead flight test conductor with Viking Air. Eli is the company safety officer and recently took over as Alkan Air’s training manager.