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«Spring 2024

Team Members on the Move

Tony Curtis has been selected as the Components Repair and Parts & Rotables Sales Manager to replace Keith Schell, who retired in January. Tony’s 30+-year aviation career began in 1990 in the United States Air Force before joining Duncan Aviation in 1997. Starting as an accessory technician, he quickly took on greater responsibilities, working up to landing gear team leader. In 2016, he was promoted to Assistant Manager of Component Repairs, overseeing Duncan Aviation’s aircraft accessory and avionics back shops.

One of the first moves Curtis made was to assemble a leadership team with three Assistant Managers. Cary Prange, Dustin Johnson, and Cody Orth fill those positions.

Cary is the Assistant Manager of our Parts & Rotables Sales, providing daily oversight and leadership to the team that works around the clock offering rotables, loaners, exchanges, outright units, avionics, instruments, accessories, and technical support to aircraft operators worldwide.

Assistant Managers Dustin and Cody lead more than 140 component repair technicians who inspect, install, troubleshoot, service, and repair virtually all avionics and accessories equipment in an aircraft.

Colin Kay has joined our Design team in Battle Creek, Michigan. Originally from Rockville, Maryland, Colin graduated from North Carolina State University with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design. He has worked for several different automotive performance shops, designing aftermarket performance parts for a variety of vehicles before coming to Duncan Aviation.

Meghan Knott has joined our Aircraft Sales & Acquisitions team as a Market Research Analyst. In this role, Knott provides support to the Aircraft Sales & Acquisitions team by focusing on collecting expedient and accurate data, analytics, and insights on current aircraft markets for their clientele.

Meghan has spent the past six years in aviation, and she is currently enrolled in Middle Georgia State University’s School of Aviation, working to receive her Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Science Management. Meghan has experience with Part 91, 135, and 145 as a maintenance administrator where she oversaw a charter fleet managing the maintenance, inspections, and records of 75 aircraft in addition to her experience as a project manager over a Gulfstream fleet.

Mitch Robson was named our Southwest Regional Manager. In his new role, Mitch supports aircraft operators in Utah, Southern Nevada, Arizona, and Southern California to help them become more familiar with Duncan Aviation’s comprehensive capabilities and services.