The Robinson R44 Sitting in Maxcraft’s Hangar

Factory New R44 Warranty Repairs

Maxcraft was able to troubleshoot and rectify an issue with the Aspen electronic flight information system installed in this factory new Robinson R44. With not even a full page of journey logbook entries, this R44 still had ”new helicopter smell” when our technicians were troubleshooting an AHRS issue. After replacing a defective antenna, the helicopter […]

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One of the Bell 412CFs Preparing for a Certification Test Flight After the Install of the UNS-1Lw FMS

Helicopter Training Fleet Continuous Upgrades

Maxcraft has worked together with Allied Wings on a number of projects to bring keep their fleet of Bell 412CFs and Bell 206Bs into compliance with upcoming regulatory changes. Maxcraft utilized out in house Design Approval Organization (DAO) to create serialized supplemental type certificates (STCs) which meet the requirements of both Transport Canada and the […]

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The New Panel

Citation Full Glass Panel Upgrade

Maxcraft transformed this 1982 private jet into a modern workhorse. We removed much of the older era instruments and avionics to replace them with solid state reliable electronic flight displays. Owned by a rapidly growing Alberta oil company, this jet is ready to be their “pride and joy” flying their executives and employees between jobsites […]

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The Panel in the Cessna 152 is Much Simpler Than That of the 172 Making it Optimal for Initial Training

Training Aircraft Get Modern Upgrades

Maxcraft has long argued the importance and overall economic benefits of replacing traditional gyro instruments with solid state glass panels in training aircraft. Together with Upper Valley Aviation based in Chilliwack, we rebuilt two iconic training aircraft, a Cessna 152 and 172 which are destined to soon provide a platform to teach the next generation […]

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The New Instrument Panel with All the New Equipment Powered On

Cessna 182 Goes Glass

Maxcraft transformed this dated 182 with a dream panel centered around Garmin’s G500 TXi primary flight display. Paired with the GTN 750 Xi, GFC 500 digital autopilot, and GI 275 engine indication system, along with a brand-new custom interior from Port Interiors, this 182 will look and feel better than when it rolled out of […]

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The Astronautics RoadRunner Electronic Flight Information System

Yet Another Bell 212 Upgrade – WAAS LPV Capable

Maxcraft was able to utilize our recently released supplemental type certificate (STC) to install the Astronautics RoadRunner electronic flight information system in another Bell 212 belonging to Canadian Helicopters LTD. To maintain fleet commonality, we went with an almost identical equipment list and layout including GNS 530Ws, and the Astronautics AFI 4700 RoadRunner PFDs which […]

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