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Commercial operator increases operational efficiencies and improved dispatch reliability with ability to use growing number of RNAV (GNSS) LPV approaches.LEARN MORE
Cessna Citation Special Missions Aircraft
Special missions operator upgraded the cockpit and cabin for Flight Inspection and Official transport use.LEARN MORE
Bombardier Global Express Business Jet
Business aviation operator adds high-speed connectivity and high-end audio.LEARN MORE
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Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) (AMO #59-97), is Canada’s premier independent avionics integrator and support center. Our specialty is developing unique avionics solutions for business, commercial and special missions aircraft. We focus on cockpit and cabin avionics sales, system design, installation and certification, maintenance, and repairs. With two central locations and more than 40 years of experience, we know avionics.
Essential modifications enable Canadian Northern Domestic Airspace operations while strengthening the carrier’s market position and customer satisfaction.
Mid-Canada Mod Center and JD Aero have agreed to work together to create a greater range of flexible modification and engineering solutions for the regional airline industry worldwide.
“The last 25 years have been gratifying, but we are only just getting started,” said Bill Arsenault, president at Mid-Canada Mod Center. The company was founded in 1996 by the late Barry Aylward and Bill as a division of well-known Kitchener Aero.
Featured Case Study
This YOO-based corporate jet operator flies their Citation VII aircraft primarily in North America. Extending the useful life of the aircraft through flight deck and cabin upgrades was foremost when they met with the Mid-Canada Mod Center team. They wanted to improve situational awareness for flight crew and enable in-flight broadband connectivity for passengers.