Duncan Aviation Adds Challenger Technical Representative
April 21, 2004
LINCOLN, NEB. — Duncan Aviation welcomes Scott Shefke as Challenger Technical Representative. In this position, Shefke will serve as the technical advisor to Challenger customers and Duncan Aviation’s Challenger teams.
“In the last three years, our Challenger business has grown to a point where it became obvious we needed to support customers with a dedicated Technical Representative,” said Rich Baeder, Vice President of Aircraft and FBO Services. “It was equally as obvious that Scott was the perfect candidate. Customers already call him for advice and his dedication to the Challenger program and hands-on approach to resolving complicated issues on Challenger aircraft make him a great resource for customers.”
Shefke began with Duncan Aviation in 1991, most recently holding the position of Challenger Airframe Team Leader. In 2000, he became a member of the Bombardier/Challenger Advisory Board. Shefke’s aviation career began at Colorado Northwestern where he received his A&P License. He was subsequently employed in aircraft maintenance before joining Duncan Aviation.
“I have enjoyed being a part of Duncan Aviation’s Challenger team, and am excited by the future of the program,” said Shefke. “I welcome the opportunity to be the Challenger Technical Representative and look forward to working with operators in this capacity.”
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 Parts Support Services, a division that sells and consigns general aviation parts to aircraft operators and service organizations worldwide.
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