October 2016 Intelligence Newsletter

Hawker: Is Your Axle Loose?

We have seen an upward trend in detecting loose axles while performing the MLG axle rotational check and the NLG torque link check during the Hawker B inspection.

Top Four Questions Customers Have About NextGen Mandates

Duncan Aviation Regional Manager shares the most common questions he is asked about the NextGen Mandates.

Citation X: The Performance Improvements of a Winglet

When a Citation X owner needs an additional 200 or 300 miles of range to reach more non-stop destinations, a winglet upgrade is the most practical option.

Aircraft Engine: Low Utilization Inspections

Generally these inspections involve a complete engine borescope to verify that the engine does not have any corrosion issues.

Troubleshooting Advice: Do You Really Need to Send In That Unit?

Sometimes we will receive a unit at the Duncan Aviation Avionics and Instrument shop with a squawk that, with a little bit of investigation or adjustment, can be solved in the field, saving the customer both time and money.

Radar Antenna Alignment Procedures (DA-1203A)

During these procedures make sure the vertical gyro is secured on a tilt table so no movement occurs during testing.

Duncan Aviation Organises 6th Edition of its European Customer Advisory Board Meeting

On the 13th and the 14th of October 2016, Duncan Aviation will hold its 6th European Customer Advisory Board (ECAB) meeting in Barcelona, Spain. Members of the Duncan Aviation ECAB travel from Denmark, Czech Republic, Finland, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Malta, the United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, and other parts of Spain to participate in the meeting.

Duncan Aviation Will Build Large Maintenance and Completions Center in Provo, Utah

Duncan Aviation recently announced that we will invest in a brand new maintenance, modifications and paint complex in Provo, Utah, that will be open by the first quarter of 2019.

Duncan Aviation Alliance Program to Provide EMEA Customer Support

It has been nearly five months since Duncan Aviation announced the formation of its Duncan Aviation Alliance Program. The goal of the Alliance Program is to enhance market presence and customer service levels for corporate jet operators in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) by developing long-term relationships with highly respected service providers throughout the continent.