EI has another rebate out. Purchase any (eligible) packages and panels from January 18th to February 28, and you can receive a rebate valued from $30-$2,500.The purchasing deadline for these rebates is February 28th, 2019 but you have until April 28th to send all necessary paperwork in. Check out the packages available for a rebate.Download the rebate form.
Take a look at the new rules Canadians have to follow in regards to drones. https://globalnews.ca/news/4829684/ottawa-new-rules-drones-canada/?fbclid=IwAR1PsYURU5GILuWjCV7qDLaMGSHgdIn_Us7BYBFtjB7UbWWcguhgPiF2E9A
2019 marks our 30th year in business! Thank you all for your continued support.HAPPY NEW YEAR!
September 2018 marked our entry into our 30th year in business! We are immensely grateful for your support through the years. We look forward to what year 30 and 2019 has to offer! Continuing the commitment... we're there to keep you in the air! Happy Holidays and the Best of the New Year to You!
Today the Yorkton Airport's frequency changed! Please note the radio frequency has changed to 119.65 MHz.We have updated placards, in stock, and ready to be installed. Come visit us today!
The date has been confirmed for the Frequency Change at the Yorkton Regional Airport Effective December 13,2018, the radio frequency will now be 119.65 MHz. Please keep track of this notice. We do have cockpit placards in stock now that have the new frequency!
Paul O'Carroll, a passionate aviator and an experienced Ag pilot shares his experience and perspectives after his first season in the Thrush 510. Part Two- "I Love It" Paul talks about: Getting comfortableCrosswind capabilitiesLanding easeTake off differencesTurn stabilitySeat arrangementVisibilityEngine monitoringThe aircraft profile
We had the pleasure of sitting down with two high time Ag pilots after completing their first season in a Thrush 510. Part One - "The Aircraft to Be In" Rob Adams shares his perspectives on: Factory simulator / training The cockpit Take-off and landing ease The stick forcesThe flying stability The gearFatigue factorsThe aircraft profile Part Two - " I Love It…
The Switchback is designated as a Single Engine Air Tanker (SEAT) aircraft. Thanks to its size, speed and maneuverability, it has the ability to deliver 500 gallons of water, retardant or fire suppressant with high accuracy – all while operating in tight environments. Read the full press release here.