The New Custom Cut and Enlarged Instrument Panel

EC120 Gets Night Vision Capability

These EC120Bs owned by Phoenix Heli-Flight out of Fort McMurray, Alberta came to us with a factory original panel which we upgraded to Garmin’s G500H TXi 10.6” touchscreen primary flight display, along with the Garmin GTN 650Xi touchscreen flight navigator. Most importantly, all of the equipment installed was either specially selected, or modified to be […]

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One of the EC135s in Maxcraft’s Hangar During the Second Stage of Modifications

EC135 P2 Import Assist and Communications Upgrades

Maxcraft’s Design Approval Organization (DAO) assisted Gemini Helicopters with the importation of two EC135 helicopters from Germany. To complete the importation Transport Canada required the EASA supplemental type certificate (STC) used to install the GPS system be converted to a Transport Canada STC. Maxcraft developed a serialized STC covering the two helicopters, while also installing […]

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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 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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The Newly Installed GTN 750H Xi and Pilot iPad Mount

R66 ADS-B and Active Traffic System

After recently purchasing this R66 helicopter to commute along the Fraser River for work, our customer realized there is little to no ADS-B traffic in Canada. Flying through some of the busiest airspace in Canada, our customer wanted the peace of mind that comes with a reliable active traffic system. Traffic targets will be easy […]

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One of the Completed Helicopters with it’s New Paint Outside of Heliwelders

Military Bell 212 Complete Rewire and Overhaul

Maxcraft teamed up with our partner Heliwelders to transform two tired 1970s Bell 212s into multi-role tactical support helicopters. Completely stripped down and rebuilt from the ground up, with a custom-built workstation to control infrared cameras and spotlights, these helicopters are ready to serve the Bangladesh Airforce. Military Bell 212 Complete Rewire and Overhaul Bell […]

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The Beautiful Custom Paint Job on this H125

Brand New Airbus H125 Workhorse

Flown directly from the Airbus factory in Fort Erie, Ontario to Maxcraft, we were involved in every step of the purchase process. Packed full of mission specific technology, this H125 is ready to explore British Columbia’s beautiful back country. Brand New Airbus H125 Workhorse British Columbia is a world-renowned for its natural beauty. What better […]

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