Rolland Vincent is a consultant to JETNET, and is the creator of JETNET iQ.
With a more than 35-year background in aviation market research, economics, and statistics, Rollie has held senior leadership positions in marketing, strategy, business development, and consulting. His roles have included Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Cessna Aircraft, Director of International Airline Analysis at Bombardier Aerospace, Director of Marketing, Strategy and Business Development at Flexjet, and Director of Strategy and Communications at Learjet.
At Cessna, he led the multi-disciplinary Strategic Planning Council and facilitated the company’s Product Planning Team with responsibility across the entire piston-through-jet product line. He began his aviation career as an economics and statistics analyst in ICAO’s Air Transport Bureau.
As a consultant, he focuses on aviation market research and forecasting, with a client base that includes the world’s foremost civil aircraft manufacturers, their key suppliers, and the investment community. Since 2011, he has partnered with JETNET to develop and deliver JETNET iQ, a leading advisory service for business aviation. As an industry expert, he has spoken at Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Forecast Conferences, National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA), National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA) [now the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA)], Transportation Research Board (TRB), National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), Corporate Jet Investor, SpeedNews, and JETNET iQ Summits, among others. In 2015, he was appointed Chair of the TRB Commercial and General Aviation Committee.
A resident of Plano, Texas, he is a private pilot with a BA and MA in urban and economic geography, and an MBA in international business and marketing from McGill University.
Rolland’s expert surveys and analysis are the foundation of the successful JETNET iQ forecasting program.
We maintain professional affiliations with NBAA, IADA, NAFA, European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), National Air Transportation Association (NATA), Canadian Business Aircraft Association (CBAA), Aviation Insurance Association (AIA), Helicopter Association International (HAI), and we are a founding member of AfBAA.