Originally Blue Jay flight services Eagle aircraft was started and incorporated in 1992 at Toronto island airport. Eagle expanded and opened its Parry Sound base in 2013. Currently employing 9 stellar employees and looking for more.  Eagle Aircraft Inc. boasts a 10000 sq/ft main facility and a 5000 sq/ft auxillary hangar in Parry Sound. Toronto’s base shared hangar can support Dash 8 size Aircraft.



Fuel is available from both locations at the locations FBO.
CANPAS available at both locations.  


Parry Sound Facility

David W. McDevitt (E, ATP, A&P/IA)

Aviation was in David McDevitt’s family since 1914 when his father Walter was an aircraft mechanic in WW1 then later retiring in the 1960’s as chief inspector at Trans-Canada Airlines(Air Canada). 

David started flying at the age of sixteen but waited until he finished University to concentrate more on his flying but still did not follow the aviation aspect of it until later in his career. After University he went on to work at Texas Instruments as a product specialist which is how he really got into electronics. After 3 years with Texas Instruments, he went to work at another company as a technical sales rep, and he called on companies like Raytheon, Litton Systems and Westinghouse. Especially Litton because he became involved in the cruise missile guidance system, which was developed at one of Litton’s Skunk Works facilities in Toronto.

That is what really got him involved in aviation, and at that time he started taking lessons and flying. It took about a year and a half to get his pilot’s license, then within the next two years got his commercial license and multi-engine within the next 2 years after that. By 1972 he had his airline transport license and rating. Since he was spending more time flying, he decided to go into aviation full time and start his own avionics shop.

Brandon Cormack(M1, PPL)

Third generation oilfield worker and home builder from Alberta. Graduating with honors in 2009 from SAIT Aircraft maintenance program. Moved to parry sound in 2009 and worked at Found Aircraft Production facility progressing to Lead hand in final assembly after 3 years before found closed its doors. Soon after joining Eagles team in the newly built hangar at CNK4 parry sound and gaining valuable experience on maintenance and Avionics Passing CARS Transport Canada test in 2015 to acquire AME licence. Formal training on Cessna Caravan 208 in 2018. Leading projects on Caravan Full avionics G600TXI retrofits, installing autopilots (STEC, Garmin), Transponders, G5 retrofits, designing Panels, painting and layout, interior options and many structural and engine STCs. 

Katherine McDevitt (Accounts payable)

Jock McPhee(M1/M2)

Andrew Duke(Apprentice)

Toronto Facility

Alex DeSa(M1)

Sharlene Mcdevitt/DeSa (General manager, MBA,CPP,)

Matt Normander(Apprentice)

Steve Cohen(M1)

Chief AME at our Toronto base located at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.  He completed an Aviation major at Central Technical School and Centennial College.  His co-op placement while attending Central Tech was at Eagle Aircraft and he has been with us ever since.  Now with Eagle for 25+ years, Alex is a license AME with extensive experience general aviation.  Everything from Cessna and Piper to Cirrus and Robinson Helicopters. Also many years of experience maintaining Wipline amphib floats.  He also has endorsements on Cessna Caravan, , Socata TBM and Robinson Helicopters and composites training from ACT Composites.  Alex is a dedicated professional who strives for quality, safety, reliability and customer satisfaction.