Duncan Aviation Names Rich Teel Engineering Team Manager
February 8, 2004
LINCOLN, NEB. — Duncan Aviation announces the promotion of Rich Teel to the position of Engineering Manager. Teel has more than 19 years experience with Duncan Aviation, most recently as Manager of Research & Development/Calibration Lab. Teel will be based at Duncan Aviation’s full-service facility in Lincoln, Nebraska. His responsibilities include overseeing Duncan Aviation’s engineering groups in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan.
“Rich’s past performance proved his ability to manage a highly productive group of professionals, produce a high volume of work and maintain the highest quality standards,” says Dan Buzz, Vice-President, Completions and Modifications.
Duncan Aviation’s Engineering Team produces STCs and designs electrical, structural and interior modifications that support the needs of Duncan Aviation and its customers. The nearly 60-member team is comprised of DERs, DARs and a roster of seasoned engineers. In addition, the Battle Creek, Michigan, location holds a DAS authorization. In 2003, Duncan Aviation’s engineering team completed RVSM programs for Astra, Falcon 10, Hawker 700, Challenger, Gulfstream, Jetstar, and Westwind aircraft as well as multiple new STCs.
Duncan Aviation is an aircraft service provider with 1,800 employees supporting the aviation needs of government and business operators and other service providers. These services include airframe, engine, avionics installations, interior and paint completions/modifications, avionics/instrument and accessory/propeller repair/overhaul and parts support. Complete service facilities are located in Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich. Additional locations include 21 satellite avionics facilities located throughout the United States, 20 government C-23 contract locations, a line service/regional support operation in Kalamazoo, Mich., and Lincoln-based AVPAC, a division that sells and consigns general aviation parts to aircraft operators and service organizations worldwide.
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