Panama Jacks is headed by Rob Poynton, who cut
his teeth in Australia's outback as a flying shepherd
out of sheer neccessity. The huge distances and land
area on the average cattle station is measured in
thousands of square miles rather than acres, Aviation
is a must in these environments.

It was whilst here that Rob's interest in aviation grew.
From servicing the aircraft on the station and making
field modifications, Rob developed a reputation as an
aviator with a natural affinity with flying machines. He became so proficient in the art of aerobatics, that he represented Australia two times in the world aerobatic championships.