We are a family owned Transport Canada/EASA aircraft engine overhaul approved engine shop established since 1980 in Canada. We build an average of 175 engines per year (Lycoming and Continental) and we work on an array of accessories.
We are not merely assembling parts together. Being an aircraft engine mechanic is an art. We understand that rebuilding an engine requires passion, meticulousness, understanding of the components’ function and consideration for laws of physics and fatigue without losing sight of the simplest basic principles of an engine.
You are looking for a trustworthy piston-powered aircraft engine overhaul shop in Canada? You found it! We’re here to help take care of your engine whilst ensuring that your safety comes first! Fly safe, fly an aircraft engine that has been overhauled by the best engine shop in Canada, fly an Aero Atelier engine!
EnginesENGINE OVERHAUL, ENGINE REPAIR AND ENGINE EXCHANGE IN STOCK
- Certified engines
- Experimental engines
- Engines in stock, ready for exchange
PartsWE KEEP OVER A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF CERTIFIED PARTS IN STOCK
Aero Atelier is also a parts distribution center with a customer base of over 2000 customers located in 21 countries all over the world.
More PowerSEVERAL OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE TO INCREASE ENGINE PERFORMANCE
Cylinder porting & flow match, horsepower increase STC’s, engine dynanic balancing, customized experimental engines, etc.
AccessoriesWE OVERHAUL, REPAIR AND EXCHANGE AN ARRAY OF ACCESSORIES
Fuel injections systems, flexible hoses, carburetors, alternators, controllers, magnetos, cylinders, starters, turbos, etc.
AT AERO ATELIER, QUALITY IS NOT AN OPTION, IT’S A LIFESTYLE!
“Aero Atelier is today a team of 16 devoted employees. We have been working hard over the last decade to prepare the future of the company knowing that quality and customer service is the key of success. The younger ideas, mixed up with the legendary experience of the older mechanics make us stronger than ever and our customers can trust every single horsepower of their engine!”
– Manuel Mongrain