Manitoba has a long and proud history of aerospace success. From modest roots in small bush plane repair in the 1930′s, the Manitoba aerospace industry has grown to include sophisticated design, manufacturing, servicing, testing, certification and research and development capabilities.
Learn about some of the most successful Manitoba aerospace technologies and companies by reading the MAA Member Success stories listed below.
Argus Industries is a manufacturing company with an exciting edge. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Argus has been providing quality elastomeric products since 1962.
From these humble beginnings the Cadorath’s have grown their plating business into a group of companies which collectively is a global competitor in the cluster of world-class manufacturing, repair and overhaul, and service firms.
Cormer is breaking into uncharted territory, establishing facilities in new provinces and countries.
As a company with a long history here in Manitoba, EMTEQ Canada is committed to promoting and fostering growth right here in Winnipeg.
Fast Air Executive Aviation Services Ltd, one of Canada’s leading executive charter and aircraft management companies, recently completed the first of 8 scheduled King Air 200 upgrades; converting original flight deck instrumentation and avionics to the state-of-the-art Garmin G1000 Flight Deck.
Magellan & BlackBrant
The company manufactures complex aeroengine components and advanced aerostructures fabrications, as well as proprietary products; including small satellite buses, propulsion products, and the Wire Strike Protection System™ (WSPS™) for civil and military helicopters.
They may look like toys, but they’re anything but. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are teeny helicopters and planes that aren’t much bigger than remote-control models. But their mission is a lot more important.
StandardAero, which celebrated its 100th year in business last year, operates one of the largest independent gas turbine engine maintenance, repair and overhaul operations in the world.