Aviation Artisans & Craftsmen
An aircraft takes off against the wind – not with it. At New United Goderich, we follow suit.
Since take off in 1993, we’ve been facing the headwinds of the aviation industry with skill and precision, and it’s created nothing but upward movement. With a private airfield in Southwestern Ontario and facilities in Changzhou, China servicing every corner of the map, we’re the aviation artisans the world trusts to keep their planes as equally stunning as they are safe.
Whether you require aircraft maintenance, modification or refurbishment, our engineers and craftsman match passion with professionalism and excellence with adherence to aviation standards.
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Helping you take off with safety and style for 25 years.
Jenn is our Project Planning Manager providing company-wide project planning and contract management. She collaborates with the Production Manager to coordinate the individual work scope and guide all project through the Production Schedule.
She is the key position in our Project Management Department, as all information flows through her. She works with all departments in order to ensure that a project runs smoothly from the initial quote through to completion.
Projects & Portfolio
This particular project has become quite popular in recent years. As a result, we have completed a number of aircraft to these specifications and still have more scheduled to arrive.See this project
After a detailed discussion with our client about their operational needs and their visual design concepts, New United Goderich designed a conversion to take an average regional airliner of 50 passengers and transform it into a luxurious custom VIP business jet for 15.See this project
This Bombardier Learjet 24F project was a complete joy to do. This particular aircraft had been in the client’s family for decades and they brought the family business into the jet age with its purchase. But it was soon to find a new home and needed to have its luster renewed. After all, the Lear 20 series aircraft always flew like rockets through the air.See this project