Mid-Canada Mod Center Moves Kitchener Operations to New YKF Facility
January 3, 2018—TORONTO– Bill Arsenault, President of Mid-Canada Mod Center and Kitchener Aero Avionics is pleased to announce that on January 12, 2018, their Kitchener base of operations will be relocating to a new larger facility based at Chartright Air’s Hangar 53 – located at 251 Jetliner Ct, Breslau, ON N0B 1M0. Our telephone and email addresses will remain unchanged.
This facility is within the new, developing North Side area of the Region of Waterloo International Airport (CYKF) and is ideally suited for Corporate and regional aircraft of any size. It offers direct taxiway and runway access. On-site fuel services and FBO amenities are also incorporated into the 50,000 sq. ft. hangar and 5,000 sq. ft. FBO. In speaking about this move, Bill Arsenault said – “Following 40 years of progressive growth and development in the Kitchener and area markets, the time has come to relocate into larger facilities and commence the next chapter in our business in Kitchener.
This move will allow our Kitchener team and business to focus on and accommodate regionals, mid to heavy corporate jets and turbo props as well as helicopters. We will of course welcome any size aircraft into all company facilities as we have always done.”
MC2 (AMO #59-97) is focused on providing industry leading avionics expertise to the corporate and 2nd tier commercial aviation markets. Our recent successes include ADS-B, other NextGen systems and integration, WAAS GPS, FMS with LPV, cabin entertainment and communication systems including the latest Satcom and Wi-Fi applications. We are industry leaders with extensive background in cockpit redesign/modernization and integration.
The YYZ office of MC2 is the corporate main office and is located in the North End Business Aviation area of Lester B Pearson International Airport (LBPIA) – CYYZ.
The YKF satellite is based in Hangar 53 on the north side area of the Region of Waterloo International Airport – CYKF – and is able to handle aircraft up to and including large Boeing aircraft.
Both locations provide 24/7 AOG service through a centralized system.
Tel: (905) 673-9918