Canadian Aero Accessories (CAA) understands that when an aircraft cannot fly it is expensive and frustrating, which is why we offer AOG Straightaway service. The team at CAA takes you under their wing to get you flying again quickly.
Our versatile in-house abilities mean no waiting for sub-letting to get your components airworthy. Our stores department extensive inventory keeps the part in stock so we can work on your accessory immediately. Every employee at CAA has Human Factors training to ensure quality and safety is a priority. Feel assured that CAA is doing all they can so you're ready for takeoff.
Committed to serving you featuring the direct line to the General Manager for after hour's communication.
Extensive repair manual library. Large selection of capabilities.
Experience and dedication of staff averaging 15 years at CAA.
Stores department with extensive inventory of common and uncommon parts totaling $1.5 million.
Diverse in-house capabilities, machine shop, electrical, Skydrol shop, and safety division.
Shipping Capabilities close to YCC and major couriers.
- Cessna and Piper (piston, turbine and jet)
- Boeing 737 and 727
- McDonnell Douglas DC 9 and DC 8
- de Havilland
- Lockhead Martin
- Hawker Beechcraft
- Gulf Stream
- Pratt & Whitney
- General Electric
- Lear Siegler Incorporated
- Pacific Scientific
- BE Aerospace
If there is a part number that is not found in the 16,000 capabilities list, please contact the director of maintenance to see if CAA's extensive in-house skills and expertise will be able to accommodate your
50 years of servicing regional, charter, corporate, and components and accessories. Canadian Aero Accessories bring together amazing abilities such as electronic, machine, hydraulic, fuel and safety system departments. This in conjunction with a library of 16,000 current manuals and the stores stocking 1.5 million dollars of certified parts, CAA will keep your aircraft off the ground. AOG Service (Airplane On Ground) service at CAA is the best in the industry.
General Manager and Owner
Jeff Runciman is an active member is the aviation industry. He prides himself on seeing staff exceed customer expectations daily using accountability and knowledge.
Ross is enjoying a less active role at CAA but still uses his 30 years of experience to advise and offers collaboration to assure customer satisfaction and best practices are applied.
The Director of Maintenance (DOM)
Dennis is a proactive manager who is constantly overseeing progress. Dennis's skills as a technician give him insight for the DOM position. His knowledge assists in problem solving that translates to great customer service.
Laura has diverse responsibilities from accounting to manuals. Laura's past roles include parts manager and special projects where she attained CARs 673 certification. She currently is responsible for A/R & Payable.
Neil is knowledgeable about certified airworthy parts and has a databank of obscure and hard to find parts to help customers. Neil manages the $1.5 inventory to ensure the parts needed for your component are in stock.
Shipping and Receiving
Dangerous goods shipping. Safety and proper packaging is important to ensure the parts arrive at the destination quickly and intact.
Administration and Certification
Kathy's attention to detail keeps your paper work and certification in order. Providing the proper documents for audits is essential to keep parts airworthy, and careful processing assures a smooth inspection.
Dianne keeps the manuals current and ready for the technicians. Ensuring original equipment manufacturer (OEM) part manuals are up-to-date and recalls and modifications are noted for the DOM and technicians.
Lenis ensures that the technicians are prepared with special materials and tools needed to service your aircraft accessories. From rags to oils, he ensures the technicians have the best supplies to efficiently and effectively get the work done.