There are lots of reasons customers trust Duncan Aviation for their aircraft service work. Here are short videos about a few of the most common reasons we hear.
With more than 30 years’ experience working on Honeywell engines, Duncan Aviation holds a Major Authorization for the TFE731, a Minor Authorization on Honeywell AS907 (HTF7000) Series, and Line Authorization on CFE738 Engines, GTCP36-100/150, RE100 series and RE220 series APUs.
Duncan Aviation has a Honeywell engine rental pool that includes TFE731 (-2C, -3, -5B, -20, -40, and -60) engines, as well as HTF7000 and HTF7350.
Duncan Aviation’s trained and experienced avionics technicians have installed more than 600 Gogo Air-To-Ground Broadband & WLAN systems. In addition, Duncan Aviation is the exclusive AOG service partner for Gogo Business Aviation, supporting Gogo customers around the clock with LRU serviceable units and spare parts strategically placed at Duncan Aviation’s network of facilities and avionics satellite locations within the United States.
Duncan Aviation’s avionics, instruments and accessories components shops have fostered and sustained more than 25 OEM relationships since 1973. This provides Duncan Aviation with a wide base of capabilities and helps us better support our mutual customers.
Duncan Aviation has a Continuous Improvement team member innovation program that resulted in the implementation of 306 new repair, efficiency, and cost-savings ideas from team members over the last two years.
Duncan Aviation has performed pre-buy evaluations on nearly every make of business aircraft at our locations in Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah. In the last two years, we’ve completed more than 100 pre-buy evaluations.
Duncan Aviation has 22 aircraft-specific tech reps, with an average of 27 years each in aviation, to help customers troubleshoot aircraft and systems. They regularly provide technical information for the company's educational publications.