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.
Mid-Canada Mod Center Modernizes Falcon 50 Aircraft Flight Deck with Universal Avionics InSight Display System
Mid-Canada Mod Center is upgrading a Dassault Falcon 50 flight deck with Universal Avionics InSight Display System. It will improve situational awareness, enhance safety and extend the aircraft’s life.
Mid-Canada Mod Center Adds Orolia Emergency Locator Transmitter Distributorship to Service Portfolio
Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) is now a proud distributor of Orolia Kannad Integra Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT) and Personal Locator Beacons (PLB).
Vince Kellestine has returned to Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) to take charge of the company’s service department.
Norm Matheis has joined Mid-Canada Mod Center to take on a business development role with the company.
Mid-Canada Mod Center Completes First Canadian Installation of Universal Avionics InSight Display System
Mid-Canada Mod Center recently completed the installation of a Universal Avionics (UA) InSight™ Display System on a Citation VII flight deck. The upgrade enhances safety and extends the aircraft's life.
As the spread of the COVID-19 virus continues, Mid-Canada Mod Center is taking recommended steps to do its part to help contain the virus and prevent further spread.
Mid-Canada Mod Center has completed Its acquisition of Canadian aviation engineering firm Avionics Design Services Ltd. (ADS).
This 737-300 aircraft received a complete cockpit upgrade. It operates from a variety of airfield and airspace areas across northern and central Canada.
The aircraft is now able to work comfortably into Northern Domestic Airspace.
MC2 announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Canadian avionics design firm Avionics Design Services Ltd. (ADS)
The project was completed earlier this summer and the aircraft returned to service with a specialized.
Bill Arsenault, President of Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) is pleased to announce the completion of the next stage in the evolution of Mid-Canada Mod Center and Kitchener Aero Avionics under a common and single brand – MC2.
Facility is within the new, developing North Side area of the Region of Waterloo International Airport.
Over the last ten years, MC2 and TrueNorth have developed a strong and open business relationship.