Duncan Aviation Receives Top Rankings in Professional Pilot PRASE Industry Survey
April 12, 2007
LINCOLN, NE — Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that the company received high rankings in Professional Pilot magazine’s newly released PRASE (Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment) survey.
Duncan Aviation had three facilities in the Top Ten for Avionics Services. Duncan Aviation in Lincoln, Nebraska, was ranked the #1 Avionics Center; Duncan Aviation in Battle Creek, Michigan, was ranking #2 and Duncan Aviation’s Teterboro, NJ, facility received a ranking of #5.
In the Best Maintenance Center category, Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln facility was ranked #1 and Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek facility ranked #7.
“We are proud to receive consistent recognition from customers and other professionals in the business aviation industry,” Aaron Hilkemann, President of Duncan Aviation, says. “Duncan Aviation has held the top spot in the Avionics category since 1985 and the top spot in the Maintenance category 20 of the last 21 years.. We are proud of our team members, whose daily work and continual efforts and skills are what give Duncan Aviation its reputation.”
Sponsored by Professional Pilot magazine, ballots were mailed to pilots on the magazine’s subscription list. A total of 2,184 ballots were returned to ABCO Data Systems in Vienna, Va., by the March 22, 2007, cutoff date. Aviation consultancy Conklin & de Decker Associates of Arlington, TX., analyzed the survey results independently. To review the outcome and break any ties, Profesional Pilot hosted five ditinguished members of the business aviation community as PRASE judges.
Duncan Aviation currently employs over 1,900 aviation experts worldwide. The company is headquartered in Lincoln, NE, and operates a major service centers in Lincoln, Neb. and Battle Creek, Mich. Other Duncan Aviation locations include 20 satellite avionics facilities located throughout the United States and Lincoln-based Parts Support Services, a division that sells and consigns corporate aviation parts to aircraft operators and service organizations worldwide.
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