Duncan Aviation is a business aircraft acquisition/sales and maintenance, repair/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 30 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 Booth #C9125 to meet our technical service representatives, who will be able to answer your questions about everything from purchasing and selling an aircraft to business aircraft airframe and engine maintenance, avionics upgrades (including the upcoming ADS-B mandate), interior solutions, exterior paint, avionics/instrument/accessories repairs, parts and rotables.
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Duncan Aviation’s Aircraft Sales team is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its aircraft acquisition service.
Duncan Aviation officially added its 16th Rapid Response engine launch site, this one located in Columbus, Ohio, at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH). Area operators now have more convenient access to Duncan Aviation’s mobile engine services, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, AOG support, and even engine changes.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Satellite Avionics Shop in Kansas City, Missouri, has upgraded the Rockwell Collins TDR-94Ds on a Gulfstream 150, bringing the aircraft into compliance with the FAA’s mandate for Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out.
With the most up-to-date industry tooling and training, Duncan Aviation is fully equipped to perform heavy CZIs (Core Zone Inspections) as the first set of Honeywell TFE731 engines scheduled for MPI/CZI arrives at the company’s Turbine Engine Overhaul Facility in Lincoln, Nebraska.
During the first half of 2017, Duncan Aviation released three new enhancements to its exclusive web-based project management system, myDuncan.
Duncan Aviation’s satellite avionics facility located at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Nevada, recently received certification from Mexico’s Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC), which is the civil aviation authority for Mexico.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Tiffany Griffin has joined the Paint and Interior Modification Sales Team at the company’s Battle Creek, Michigan, facility.
In December 2016, Duncan Aviation began a concerted campaign to educate business aircraft owners/operators about the anticipated crunch the industry will experience as the Jan. 1, 2020, ADS-B Out mandate draws closer. At the time, Duncan Aviation estimated that more than 2,000 business aircraft could be grounded for non-compliance. The company’s data analytics team recently developed even more accurate methods for determining the number of aircraft in compliance, and the results paint an even more urgent picture for operators who still need to comply with ADS-B.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Scott McKenzie will be taking over the administration of all OEM aftermarket warranty programs. In addition to his current responsibilities as an Avionics Tech Rep for Duncan Aviation Components Services, McKenzie will assume the duties as After Market Warranty Program Administrator, overseeing contract sales, organization and administration of the company’s HAPP (Honeywell Avionics Protection Plan), Honeywell MPP (Mechanical Protection Plan), Rockwell Collins CASP (Corporate Aircraft Service Program), and Universal Avionics Flight Assure aftermarket warranty programs.
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.