Sealand Aviation Blog

Sealand Aviation Blog

Alaska Door #1 revisited. - March 14th

16 Years after it was designed and built, the first Alaska Door is still in active use.  Back in 1995, Tim Laporte of Iliamna Air Taxi came to us, stretched his arms out and said

From YBL to Lake Nicaragua in 40 Hours - March 12th

It took 40 hours to fly the Otter from the cool winter in Campbell River to the bright sunshine of Nicaragua. 

Importing and Exporting Aircraft - March 4th

We're importing this Piper Malibu from the US.  In the last few weeks we've handled the import of 4 aircraft from the US and the export of one aircraft to Belgium.

Bellanca Scout - February 18th

This Scout has been at Sealand Aviation for a long time, while we waited for parts.

Pop out windows for the DHC-2 Beaver - February 14th

You need them.  We can install them for you.   Watch these videos to see how slick they are. 


Sealand's Yak - February 11th

The Yak 52 has been sitting in the corner of the hangar, waiting for the last bit of work before it's ready to fly.

One Two Three - February 10th

Bob and Tyson and the structures teams are working together to install 3 Cabin Extension Kits with Alaska Doors at the same time.  It's turning into into a bit of a competition.

C-FMOI exposed - February 4th

Have you ever wondered what your Beaver looked like underneath the covers? 

The convertible DHC-2 - January 29th

Imagine having a sunroof on a Beaver! 

The good news is the engine is back - January 26th

.....the bad news is some parts are missing.