Great article by Ted Delanghe on Inversions, their cost, and how to identify them. Read it here.
Just to be clear: our commitment to you.... not our goal, not our objective ... our commitment is to Keep You in the Air.
At the same time we are always thinking about your pilot's safety and the safety of the investment you’ve made in your aircraft.
We work with only the best products available and we take great pride in our workmanship.
We've been in business since 1989 and we offer an extensive range of aviation-related experience, with our Director of Maintenance reaching more than 37 years in the business. The crew behind him is passionate, smart, dedicated, motivated and extremely loyal!
Everyone here at Yorkton Aircraft thinks of ourselves as a member of your pit crew!
OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:
Transport Canada has authorized us to perform work on over 15 types of aircraft. We work with each owner to develop a sound maintenance plan for their plane.
Transport Canada has also authorized our AMO for specialized ratings in sheet metal work and welding for repairs and modifications.
Our ProBalancer is a self contained, computerized, dynamic propeller balancing system. It was designed and built for rapid, accurate, dynamic balancing of the aircraft’s propeller and engine assemblies as combined units.
With this technology we can detect your aircraft’s vibration level and then determine the trim weight adjustment necessary to reduce and hopefully eliminate the detected vibration.
A balanced aircraft means lower operating costs with less unscheduled maintenance and to make it as simple as possible, we will come to your location.
Call us to arrange a Dynamic Prop Balancing Session.
Contact us for details.
We have years of aircraft rebuilding excellence behind us.
Minor to major to complete restorations, we will work on sheet metal or fabric airplanes.
Control surfaces, wings or airframe - we pride ourselves on our superior workmanship.
Here’s some of the work we’ve done:
This 1947 Super Cruiser underwent a full restoration. It was taken back to the factory colors of 1947.
This aircraft below got in the way of a tornado while in its storage hangar.
After we were done with it, it got a brand new paint scheme and looked terrific!
This AT502 needed a lot of work
This 1977 Thrush gets a refurb and a new engine
We're pretty sure this picture says it all.