Based at Lanseria International Airport, Aeronautical Instrumentation is an African leader in the repair, installation and overhaul of aircraft instrumentation, avionics, electrical, autopilots and accessories, spanning over 12 years. We provide superior, reliable and cost-effective services for a broad spectrum of the aviation industry, including general / commercial / corporate aviation, helicopter operations, as well as government and military customers.
We are committed to providing our customers with outstanding quality and service. Our company was built on integrity, honesty and excellence in every aspect of the services we have to offer. We also believe in keeping the cost reasonable, while maintaining exceptional quality that either meets or exceeds Original Aircraft Manufacturer (OEM) specifications. At Aeronautical Instrumentation, your success and safety are our number one priority. Our dedicated professional team understands the importance of exceptional customer service and will provide the solution to your aircraft avionics and accessory needs.
We are proud Dealers for Garmin (Top 33% of General Aviation dealers worldwide 2018), Avidyne, Spider Tracks, Kannad, JP Instruments, Sandel Avionics, S-TEC / Genesys AeroSystems, ACK Avionics, Flight Display Systems, Century Flight Systems, Cobham Satcom, Dynon Avionics, DAC International, Sandia Aerospace, L-3 Communications and Electronics as well as Eletroair Ignition Systems to name a few.
Garmin dealer for Western Cape region. Avionics upgrades. NavData updates.
Repairs and sales of instrumentation, avionics and autopilots for General Aviation and homebuilt aircraft.
Located at Lanseria International Airport, Century Avionics specialises in general aviation avionics for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft. Having been in the business for more than 40 years, Century Avionics is the largest and oldest privately owned avionics facility in Southern Africa. We have a variety of handheld receivers which include the ICOM, Rexon & Yaesu.
As a Honeywell and Collins Aerospace authorised avionics facility, ExecuJet is capable of providing support for all large business jets supported by these platforms. ExecuJet is also able to perform installations on glass cockpits, Jetwave Systems, ADSB and any major avionics system that will meet the 2020 avionics mandate requirement. ExecuJet also offer full electrical workshop facilities.
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
Distributor and supplier of David Clark headsets to, commercial, military and general aviation.
Sales representative for Rockwell Collins avionics; sales, service and upgrade programmes.
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