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Creative Answers to Unique Requirements

Avcon FAA-approved STC projects provide structural, mechanical and systems modifications to aircraft. Avcon has completed more than 300 projects, including both new STC development and amendments. Avcon is the global “go-to” facility for custom aircraft modification design, certification and installation.

Marcus (President of Avcon) discusses papers with Avcon employees.
The Avcon Multi-Mission Pod can be configured and reconfigured, with 40 cubic feet of space for sensors and equipment. Isometric view of a modular operator console offered by Avcon. The Avcon Multi-Mission Pod can be configured with a front-facing blister providing more room for large-format equipment such as synthetic aperture radar

Design and Engineering

Avcon is customer-driven. Customers define aircraft requirements and mission objectives. Avcon use the requirements and objectives to define a unique, cost-effective solution.

Avcon staff includes structural, mechanical, and electrical engineers, electrical and structural technicians, A & P mechanics, avionics / electrical installers, and troubleshooters. Equipped with state-of-the-art tools like 3D printing, the Avcon engineering team rapidly prototypes new designs.

Avcon uses its on-site manufacturing facility to fabricate parts. (CNC machine pictured). Avcon Engineer using welding equipment in the on-site metalworking/manufacturing facility. On-site equipment testing a Stab Actuator.


Avcon is vertically integrated.

Custom modifications require custom parts. Avcon maintains raw materials including fabrics, plastics, metals, and alloys in-house to manage project time. On-site tools including vertical mills, multi-axis CNC machines and other specialized equipment are used to fabricate parts.

Avcon manufacturing includes custom parts for aircraft modifications, modification kits, and avionics kits.

Avcon employees work on Blister Pod installation. Avcon employee works on a Learjet tail-cone modification/repair.

Installations and Repairs

Avcon is an FAA certified Repair Station (FAA CRS# B92R22N) and also an EASA registered facility (EASA CRS# EASA.145.5960).

Avcon repair approvals include the following airplanes:

  1. Beechcraft King Air Airplanes
  2. Bombardier Learjet 23, 24, 25, 31, 31A, 35, 35A, 36, 36A, 55 and 60 series
  3. Cessna Citation 550 and 560
  4. Cessna Conquest
  5. Limited Instruments
  6. Limited Accessories
  7. Limited Radio

Our capabilities include:

  • FAA Approved Airframe & Powerplant
  • Inspection Authorization
  • Airframe Repair
  • FAA Designated Engineer Representative (DER) with Structures Authority
  • Parts Manufacturing Authority (PMA)
  • Paint Touch Up
Avcon employee prepares a King Air for fitment of Avcon Multi-Mission Pod with a forward-facing blister.
Avcon maintains as well as modifies aircraft.
Prototype Blister Pod extension for the Avcon Multi-Mission Pod. Available now.
Experimental-Certificated King Air for Flight Test.

For Avcon modifications and maintenance, call +1 (316) 284-2842.

See What We Install »
Challenger CL-604 modified by Avcon Industries and Bombardier. Learjet with hardpoints, outfitted for target towing.

Flight Testing

The Avcon Certification Team includes flight test pilots and engineers. The test pilots have years of flight test experience and may evaluate all aspects of the certification, from handling characteristics to avionics and human factors.

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Custom Aircraft Modifications

For over 40 years, Avcon Industries has solved demanding special-mission and ISR aircraft challenges. Avcon provisions aircraft with custom pods, camera ports, radomes, equipment racks, mission consoles, underwing stores, and more. Avcon modifications support surveillance, patrol, target-towing, search and rescue, and aerial survey missions. Avcon provides Turn-Key Product Design, Manufacture, Installation, Testing and FAA Certification Support.

Call Avcon at +1 (316) 284-2842