Absolute Aviation Group is a true turn-key general aviation business, offering customers unparalleled levels of support and expertise and is the authorised sales, service and parts representative for Beechcraft and Cessna in Southern and Central Africa.
In addition, the group represents a number of aircraft parts, engines and performance enhancement manufacturers in Africa, and offers a host of aviation services relating to aircraft and flight operations management through their Fixed Base Operations and Flight Services business.
Adventure Air (Pty) Ltd is an aircraft Maintenance company, SACAA approved AMO1192 with A, B, C and W licenses within the region of Wonderboom Airport, We specialise in general aviation maintenance, VANS’RV’S MPI’s, painting, upholstery and avionics. Adventure Air is in a position to offer assistance to aircraft owners who wish to build their non-type certified aircraft. They have the available facility, available resources and trained staff.
Exclusive distributor and installation centre of PT6A-21 Powered Turbine 206 conversions kits by Turbine Conversions, Ltd. New PT6A-21 engines available with conversion kits. Complete installation and maintenance services.
In 2010 CDC Aviation launched a dedicated Cirrus Flight Training Centre offering potential students flight training on modern, safe, glass cockpit equipped aircraft at highly competitive prices. CDC Aviation is also the agent for the very popular Cirrus SR-Series as well as new Cirrus Personal Jet to be launched in South Africa early in 2019. CDC Aviation has a well-equipped service centre specifically for Cirrus aircraft.
ExecuJet MRO Services specialises in airframe, avionics and engine maintenance. The company’s engineers are factory trained and certified on a wide range of aircraft including Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer, Gulfstream and Hawker. ExecuJet provids world class and reliable maintenance support from 12 global locations and complies with stringent regulatory requirements. ExecuJet provide Airframe MRT support worldwide including Africa, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Gemair was started by Andries Venter in 2007 at Grand Central Airport and later moved to Lanseria Airport. Gemair offers a wide variety of aircraft type maintenance. Gemair holds AMO licenses from SACAA, DRC, Zambia and Malawi.
Gemair is an experienced company providing professional maintenance and support for new and used aircraft. Our customers consider us to be their preferred partner, because we know and understand them. We specialise in the below aircraft but are not limited to:
King Air 90 / 200 and 300 Series Cessna 208 Caravan Cessna 100 and 200 series Piper series PC 12 Cessna Citation
Pilatus PC-12 Centre Southern Africa has provided over a decade of support to the ever-growing fleet of Pilatus aircraft on the African continent. It is our goal to service our Pilatus clients and their aircraft to the highest standard, as part of a global network of award-winning Pilatus Authorised Service Centres.
StandardAero’s Lanseria facility, located conveniently close to Johannesburg, offers full maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) support for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A turboprop as an OEM-authorised Designated Overhaul Facility (DOF). The facility also provides service centre level support (up to HSI) for the P&WC PW100 turboprop and JT15D turbofan. In addition, we offer local PT6A / PW100 support to customers in East Africa from our Nairobi, Kenya facility, located at Wilson Airport (WIL). Address: Hangar 25, Lanseria International Airport (IATA: HLA), Lanseria 1748
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