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.
Located at Lanseria International Airport, Century Avionics specialises in general aviation avionics for fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft. Century Avionics is the largest and oldest privately owned avionics facility in Southern Africa and celebrating more than 40 years in business. Century Avionics is an authorised agent for Start Pac products which offers reliable ground power units (GPU), portable power supply units, portable power supplies, battery packs and lithium batteries.
Established in 1985, Highveld Garage Equipment specialises in quality aviation equipment and tools, either directly imported or locally manufactured in southern Africa. Distribution of all products is undertaken throughout southern Africa by a well-established sales network. We pride ourselves on providing a friendly yet professional and personal service. We have a vast range of aviation tools and equipment that is readily available.
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