Duncan Aviation Falcon technicians have noted a few Falcon 7X aircraft with screws pulling through the composite fuselage body fairings.
Duncan Aviation, after delivering an industry-first earlier this summer, is ready to install on Citation Sovereign aircraft the FAA-Approved Transitional Winglet from Winglet Technology LLC.
Whenever access to the upper surfaces of your aircraft is possible, inspect and remove minor corrosion.
During recent inspections, Duncan Aviation Accessory Technicians have found corrosion on the pistons in the Main Actuator of a Bombardier Learjet 55 aircraft.
Duncan Aviation’s non-United States aircraft sales and acquisition team got off to a flying start with several exclusive consignment listings in our first few months of operation.
Earlier this year, a long-time customer from Jakarta, Indonesia, arrived with his company’s Challenger 604. The Senior Financial Advisor for Air Pacific, Muliawan Sutanto, represented his principle, who was ready for a new interior.
During the first half of 2017, Duncan Aviation released three new enhancements to its exclusive web-based project management system, myDuncan.
With the most up-to-date industry tooling and training, Duncan Aviation is fully equipped to perform heavy CZIs (Core Zone Inspections), and completed its first set this summer.