Duncan Aviation: An Industry Leader
Duncan Aviation is a business aircraft acquisition/sales and MRO (maintenance, repair/overhaul organization) dedicated to providing the best nose-to-tail support services for operators. With three full-service locations and more than 30 engine and avionics offices in the United States, Duncan Aviation provides responsive and remarkable service on time and on budget for customers around the world.
Stop by Stand #E89 to meet our senior leaders and service representatives, who will be able to answer your questions about everything from purchasing and selling aircraft to airframe and engine maintenance, avionics upgrades, interior solutions, exterior paint, AOG services, avionics/instrument/accessories repairs, and parts and rotables support.
Duncan Aviation is your partner in finding solutions for the issues facing business aviation today. We listen to customers and respond by developing new products, services and processes. You bring your challenge. We'll bring experts with experience, unlike any other.
Duncan Aviation recently delivered its first paint project from its new, state-of-the-art paint hangar at its full-service facility in Provo, Utah. The Global 5000 input in mid-April for completion of a complicated and eye-catching new paint scheme and delivered less than a month later to a pleased customer.
As the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA’s) deadline for upgrading to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is approaching quickly, Duncan Aviation reminds European operators to plan for these upgrades as soon as possible.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that although construction continues at its third, full-service Fixed-Base Operator (FBO) in Provo, Utah, the fully functioning, 90,000-gallon capacity fuel farm is online and its staffed, experienced Line Services Team is ready to help with aircraft fueling needs. Additionally, one new maintenance hangar and the new paint hangar are accessible from the ramp at the Provo Municipal Airport in Provo, Utah.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Nate Darlington has accepted the position of Director of Modifications at the company’s full-service facility in Battle Creek, Michigan. Darlington will continue in his role as Manager of the Battle Creek Paint department, and he will also assume responsibility for the Avionics and Interior shops. In addition to his current and new responsibilities, Darlington was welcomed as a member of the Duncan Aviation Senior Management Team.
Duncan Aviation has more than doubled its aircraft battery shop space to nearly 1,400-square-feet at its Lincoln, Nebraska, location. The expansion includes the addition of a new battery cooler, twice as much bench space, and new advanced test sets, including 2400w programmable DC electronic load banks, lead acid analyzers, and main NiCad charger analyzers.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that when the new paint complex in Provo, Utah, opens its hangar doors this spring, the paint team will be ready on day one with individual and team experience. Provo paint team members include more than a dozen experienced members of the paint teams from Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan, facilities.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Jose Costas has joined its Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions team covering EMEA & Asia Pacific regions.
Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services department is pleased to announce that the company has created a searchable database of the Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) that Duncan Aviation has developed and has available for sale. This database can be accessed at www.DuncanAviation.aero/services/engineering.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Andy Richards, a 22-year veteran of the company, has been named the new Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of its full-service facility in Battle Creek, Michigan. As Vice President of Modifications & Completions for the last seven years, Richards will be stepping into his new role on March 8 as current Executive Vice President and COO Tom Burt retires after 40 years with the company.