Duncan Aviation is a maintenance, repair and overhaul organization dedicated to providing the best nose-to-tail support services for operators of business aircraft. With three full-service locations and more than 25 engine and avionics offices in the United States, Duncan Aviation provides responsive and remarkable service on time and on budget for customers from around the world.
Stop by Stand #G88 to meet our technical service representatives, who will be able to answer your questions about everything from airframe and engine maintenance to avionics upgrades (including compliance with the upcoming ADS-B mandate), interior solutions, exterior paint, avionics/instrument/accessories repairs, parts and rotables.
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After an audit by the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) earlier this year, Duncan Aviation’s Flight Department received its Stage III Safety Management System (SMS) Certification in April 2017.
Duncan Aviation’s first Dassault Falcon 7X 1C inspection aircraft arrived at its Lincoln, Neb., MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) facility in January 2016. This week, out of its Battle Creek, Mich., MRO facility, the company delivered its eighth, with confirmed commitments for more through January 2018 at both facilities.
Duncan Aviation is encouraging its European, Middle-Eastern and African-based (EMEA) customers to contact its alliance partner JetSupport in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and schedule their upgrades as soon as possible in order to avoid the last-minute rush.
Duncan Aviation’s Component Repair Services is offering a guaranteed 14-day turntime on repair and overhaul services for a limited time.
Duncan Aviation has seen an uptick in the number of ADS-B upgrades scheduled for the third and fourth quarters of 2017.
LINCOLN, NEB — A team of the company’s avionics experts has updated the Cabin Management System (CMS) Straight Talk Book, which helps clarify the latest technologies available for wirelessly controlling cabin audio/visual systems, temperature and lighting.
Tim Barber, Duncan Aviation’s London-based Aircraft Sales Rep, is pleased to announce that he has had good interest and inquiries since joining Duncan Aviation this spring, and in just six weeks secured the company’s first listing in Europe, followed swiftly by a second within 8 weeks.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Austin, Texas, workaway station is now a full-fledged, FAA-certified, Duncan Aviation Satellite Avionics Shop.
Duncan Aviation yesterday delivered the first Citation CJ3 aircraft equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion® flight deck upgrade, which transforms the pilot’s flight experience and meets upcoming NextGen mandates. The system received Supplement Type Certification from the FAA on April 21 and the aircraft was subsequently delivered to the customer yesterday afternoon.
Duncan Aviation recently found major unairworthy squawks during an airframe inspection on an aircraft that didn’t go through a pre-purchase evaluation, leaving the new owner with some tough decisions to make.