Classic B737 Cockpit Upgrade.

Mid Canada Mod Center


Pro-Line 101 Seminar

We held a special Rockwell Collins "Pro Line 101" review and update at the end of November - main topics being mandates - obsolescence - updates.

We have uploaded the take-a-way material to our FTP site and it may be accessed as follows: - User name is: proline - Password is: collins

This material will be online for the next 30 days. Contact us if you have any questions or would like to discuss the content.

New Falcon 50EX FANS STC

First Transport Canada FANS Retrofit Certification Achieved
Mid-Canada Mod Center Receives Approval for the Installation of Universal Avionics’ UniLink® CMU On a Falcon 50EX with FANS

TUCSON, AZ – Universal Avionics announces Authorized Dealer, Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2), has achieved the much anticipated, first Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) Future Air Navigation System (FANS) certification with the UniLink UL-801 Communications Management Unit (CMU). The Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) was issued for MC2’s FANS installation on a Falcon 50EX.

MC2 working with Centennial College Avionics Students

Media Announcement


Date:                March 25, 2014

Subject:          MC2 gives back with Centennial College in shaping future avionics techs

For Immediate Publication


Mississauga, Ontario, CANADA Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) are pleased to announce that they are working co-operatively with Centennial College Toronto Ontario (Canada) in providing first hand experience to avionics students through a job-shadowing programme.

DHC Turbo Beaver Avionics Upgrade

Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2) are pleased to announce a complete avionics upgrade to a DHC Turbo Beaver. 

This aircraft - DHC2 Beaver, MkIII variant - was factory built as a turbine aircraft in 1966. The current owners of the aircraft have it based in Sudbury Ontario and use it in support of their business interests in the north. Even though this aircraft had been well maintained and updated periodically – including a full overhaul and repaint by Viking Aircraft back in 2002 - the avionics systems were dated. After consultation with MC2, the decision was made to upgrade the entire system to “suite” that would allow maximum safety and operations efficiency in all conditions and environments.

We're Hiring Right Now!

We are looking for Avionics Technicians!

To meet our growing business and service demands, we are expanding our CYYZ based support team and are now receiving applications from interested Transport Canada Licensed Avionics Technicians.

Our ideal candidates:
- have a minimum of 5 years experience,
- a track record of work on business and commuter aircraft,
- can start work with us immediately,

In addition to the technical requirements of the position, our ideal candidates: 
- command good communication skills,
- work well in a team environment that is constantly changing and challenging
- have a genuine passion about leading edge avionics design and development.

We offer a competitive salary, benefit package and good work environment for career minded, professional avionics specialists.

Please send a cover letter and CV to us by email –