The Avionics Departments at Columbia Air Services, have been serving the World’s aviation community since 1987. Backed by state of the art facilities, Columbia’s skilled and experienced technicians offer a full range of products and services, from basic avionics packages to the most complex flight management and autopilot systems. We design and engineer custom installations of all major brands of avionic and altimetric equipment. Exacting standards and a commitment to outstanding quality produce exceptionally reliable installations that are guaranteed for life. We also offer limited avionics bench repairs.
Since their inception, Columbia’s Avionics Departments have distinguished themselves as leaders in the industry, receiving numerous FAA approvals for innovative installations. To facilitate these approvals and in anticipation of future upgrades, Columbia’s technicians engineer electrical schematics and structural diagrams prior to each installation. With custom designed and handcrafted instrument panels our specialty, Columbia’s customers enjoy the latest avionics and in-flight entertainment systems, knowing that the equipment is installed properly and in a manner that meets or exceeds FAA safety standards.
LIVE G600, GTN-750, GMA-350, and L-3 Trilogy Demo
Authorized Service Center
As an authorized dealer for most major brands of avionics equipment, Columbia stays current with the latest developments, while helping you to select the systems that best fit your needs. The manufacturers we represent include (but are not limited to):
Columbia’s FAA certified Technicians take pride in offering the highest level of personal and professional service anywhere. Each has a strong avionics background forged from years of training and experience, and each keeps up with the latest technological advancements through an aggressive program of continuing technical education.
GON Avionics Manager
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Columbia’s customers enjoy the latest avionics and in-flight entertainment systems, knowing that the equipment is installed properly and in a manner that meets or exceeds FAA safety standards.