This Service Bulletin is applicable to aircraft engines on the Embraer Legacy 450 and Embraer Legacy 500 aircraft.
Please Join Duncan Aviation at our EBACE Reception 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30, in the stand we share with Avfuel Corporation at #E89.
Everyone is talking about the pre-owned market being stronger at the start of 2018 than it was last year. However, I’m going to venture a guess that most of us have heard this story a good number of times year after year.
In response to customer requests for full Duncan Aviation services in the western U.S., Duncan Aviation has begun construction on a maintenance, modifications and paint complex at its Provo, Utah, location. The expansion includes a large maintenance/modifications center and an innovative paint facility.
Duncan Aviation was recently shortlisted for the Private Jet Design Award in The International Yacht & Aviation Awards 2018. Hosted by leading interior design magazine Design et al and leading yacht and aviation design magazine Luxe et al, The International Yacht & Aviation Awards reward the best in design from across the globe.
Working with the Duncan Aviation Aircraft Design team is a remarkable experience. The designer interviews the aircraft owner to get an initial feel for their preferences and tastes. They then bring a suitcase full of pre-selected sample materials to an in-person meeting to further dialog and fine-tune the design. The next step is often the development of a realistic rendering so the client can visually see their future refurbished cabin.
We recently made our parts search/capabilities and myDuncan website pages available in several different languages.
Duncan Aviation’s myDuncan project management system lets customers be productive wherever they happen to be.
As you begin to plan for the Bombardier Learjet Nacelle Heat Tube Inspection, there are a few items to be aware of.
Recently, several of our customers who upgraded early for ADS-B to the DO-260A standard have received letters from the FAA, alerting them to the fact that they are not in compliance with the ADS-B mandate.
A little understanding on how radar stabilization works can help both the flight crew determine erroneous return information, and assist the maintenance technicians tasked with troubleshooting the system.