What's New at Yorkton Aircraft
Our 20-Year Employee!
Neal Poersch started his employment with
us in November 1992.
Fresh out of high school and working for
Canadian Tire in Parts, he made the leap
to aviation and Yorkton Aircraft.
Neal is a master Technician - there really
isn't anything he cannot do.
He has been instrumental in helping
Yorkton Aircraft move forward.
Congratulations Neal and Thank you
for your dedication and hard work !
Spreader for Sale - for a 25" gate.
Contact Blair Mutcher at 1.520.840.2914.
Located in Saskatchewan
As you get ready for the spray season consider
adding this Pressure Gauge Kit to your aircraft lightbar.
It has become a YAS Top Product. Click here
March and April have been Good Months for the
Thrush Movement in Canada!
Congratulations to Provincial Airways
Owners of a new Dual Cockpit Thrush, April 2013
The airplane is home in Canada! Here is Cheryl with
Provincial Airway boys, James Pottage and Jim Wood.
Congratulations to Farr Air Inc
Owner of TWO Brand New Dual Cockpit Thrush 510P's, March 2013
Two happy pilots! Jeff Farr and Robin Coupal
Meet C-FYTX and C-FWTX
Fantastic pictures courtesy of Kathy Mooney
Thank you Kathy for helping us capture this exciting day!
We are rocking here!
Congrats to our young Dominick from YAS - obtained his Private Pilot
License on March 23rd.
Dom is our after school guy, he has
been with us for 1.5 years - and is
in Grade 12 at Yorkton Regional.
Great guy! Very proud of him.
At the Central AME conference held in Winnipeg March 6-8 Allan was
awarded the NASCO Award for an Outstanding AME recognizing contribution
and leadership to the industry! Allan is honored to receive this award- he is
quick to say that all of the people who have worked with him and especially
his staff at YAS deserve recognition too.
We are proud of you!
Allan was recognized for the
number of apprentices he has worked
with over the years as a Grass Roots
It so happened that 4 of Allan's
apprentices were in attendance
and enjoyed the celebration this night
Left to right - Joe Enns, Kyle Fink (current
apprentice), Allan, Dave Kielniak,
and Pierre Duguay
As spring approaches, it's a great time to consider a TRACE TOWBOT
Remote controlled - one person operated - tug.
Get our flyer and see our video here
Our session at the CAAA went Fantastic.
We expected 25 - the room was filled, we had more than 40 attendees.
It was very gratifying to get very positive feedback but it was super thrilling
to see so many young people there! This industry has a future. Check out
some of the session reviews here. (new posting March 11)
The CAAA once again hosted a fantastic convention.
Our Industry just got a little stronger!
The Canadian Aviation Industry just got stronger.
Congratulations to YAS Staff member Nathan Gordon
on achieving his AME License January 21, 2013.
Nathan has worked with us for 5 years.
He is passionate about solving problems which is his
main skill set. And we all know that is essential
when you are an AME.
He is also passionate about the Ag work we do. YAY!
He has a booming laugh and,
shall we say, fun disposition.
Everyone at YAS is very proud of you Nate!
1973 Ag Wagon for sale
Great article: The lowest flying job anywhere
Click here to give it a read.
Reprinted from EAA Sport Aviation Magazine, August 2012