The use of Weather Radars in the Aerospace Industry date as far back as the Early 70's, however Rockwell Collins made dramatic improvements to the Radar Systems in 1976. As an end result, Radar Systems started becoming more precise and accurate. 

Today, Honeywell and Rockwell Collins are the leading manufacturers for Weather Radar Systems used in commercial aviation. Weather Radars are now capable of detecting various types of weather systems, up to 300 miles away. This allows pilots to review their flight path and make necessary adjustments to avoid any inclement weather.

Pacific Aerospace has experience testing, repairing, and overhauling a variety of different Weather Radar Systems, including the Primus 90, WR-708, and WXI-701X. In most cases, Pacific Aerospace can do a complete overhaul on these units within 2 business days.