Sealand Aviation Blog

Sealand Aviation Blog

Inside the Eagle Hangar - June 28th

DHC-2 Beaver maintenance.

Eagle Hangar? Spit Hangar? - June 21st

We have 3 hangars. The biggest and newest is about 15,000 square feet and is located at the Campbell River Airport, CYBL.

JZE and JWU - June 19th

The view from Bob’s toolbox: JWU framed by JZE.

C-GJWU (formerly PBJ) back from the paint shop - June 17th

Juliet Whiskey is back, painted a flat military grey, with a yellow slash on the tail. Here is a sneak preview. We’ll take more pictures when the doors go back on.

Life Jackets and Tracking Systems - June 14th

It’s never a good thing when a plane goes in, but, in the case of C-FJZE, it wasn’t all bad news.

She ain’t ugly, she just looks that way. - June 2nd

Heliqwest Aviation brought a K-MAX in for a visit to our hangar at the Campbell River airport. The Kaman K-1200 is an American Helicopter with intermeshing rotors designed for lifting.

Aztec - May 27th

This good looking Aztec came in last week. Greg, our DOM, joined the owner in Seattle to fly it up to Campbell River. Greg gets most of the fun flying jobs.

C-GJWU (formerly C-FPBJ) Panel - May 14th

Looking good! She just needs a few placards, upholstery and paint...

PBJ is now JWU, and other changes - May 13th

DHC-2 Serial Number 1613 has a new identity, C-GJWU, and is getting a few changes. We’re adding a belly tank and have extended the cabin extension. Bob is calling it the “Double E”.

Kit 300 Door 150 Day 7: almost done - May 4th

Almost everything is finished. Dan is preparing to paint the interior. After that we install the door trim and do the final adjustments to the doors. Masking takes the most time...