The Abbotsford Flying Club can only be a minor player in the CYXX Aerospace Consortium. However, we are pleased to be included, and we place great value on our relationship with the airport management, and with the aerospace community at CYXX and beyond. The purpose of the AFC is to promote interest in aviation and to provide and facilitate opportunities for its members and others to participate in aviation.
The Abbotsford Airport Authority (AAA) oversees the management and operation of the Abbotsford International Airport for, and on behalf of, the City. The Authority strives to secure air transportation services for the Fraser Valley; develop Airport lands for aerospace or other aviation-related industry or complimentary commercial venture that conforms to the Airport’s Master Plan; and operate and develop the Airport to enhance the economic objectives of the City.
The Abbotsford International Airshow, now in its 54th year, is Canada’s National Airshow and has been named one of the Top Ten Airshows in the World (USA Today 2013). Held annually on the second full weekend of August at CYXX, the Airshow showcases a mix of RCAF & foreign military aircraft, vintage aircraft and warbirds and civilian aerobatic and formation performers in front of 75,000+ patrons.
At Bakerview Aviation we are a Transport Canada Civil Aviation approved maintenance organization capable of repair and maintenance of all piston powered (single and multi-engine) light aircraft and light piston and turbine helicopters. We also can perform ELT installations, testing, repairs and battery replacement. We perform pitot/static altimeter encoder testing and avionics troubleshooting and repairs onboard.
CAE was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Canada. With customers in more than 190 countries, CAE has the broadest global reach of any simulation and training equipment and services company on the market. Ninety per cent of CAE’s annual revenues are derived from international activities and worldwide exports.
Coastal Pacific Aviation Ltd. started operations in 1973 with one Cessna 172. Today CPA operates a fleet of sixteen C-172s, three PA-30s, six FTDs, one 747 simulator, one King Air simulator and our newest addition; a Cessna 185 on amphibious floats. Currently, 15 instructors are training approximately 150 students.
Conair is Canada’s most experienced specialty aircraft operations provider, delivering a comprehensive range of aerial fire control products and services to a variety of national and international customers and partners. Our long-standing reputation for providing service excellence makes us an industry leader.
With 12 million aircraft movements annually, NAV Canada is the second largest Air Navigation Service world-wide by traffic volume NAV CANADA manages 18 million square kilometers of domestic airspace and international airspace assigned to Canadian control Employees deliver safe, efficient and cost-effective air navigation services 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.