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Do Not Put A Pause On Aircraft Maintenance Projects

April 2020

Many aircraft operators and flight departments are taking advantage of their reduced flying schedules to have necessary inspections performed now in order to be mission ready when the COVID-19 pandemic passes. 

Duncan Aviation has remained open and continues to operate. Team members are working multiple shifts at all of our facilities, including the three full-service MRO locations in Battle Creek, MI, Lincoln, NE, and Provo, UT, and all avionics satellite and our engine Rapid Response team locations. 

“We are encouraging operators to keep an eye on the future and take care of essential maintenance now in order to have full use of their assets when flying resumes,” says Ryan Huss, Duncan Aviation Director of Sales. 

Now is also the time to add any needed paint, interior or modifications projects to a workscope. We know this pause in flying will pass and aircraft are going to be busy and extended downtimes will be hard to come by. It’s best to complete it now and have your aircraft ready and waiting to go when it is needed.

Bringing your project Duncan Aviation has never been easier. If you prefer not to utilize commercial carriers during this time, we can get you home on our sterilized Part 135 private jets. As always you can manage your project from home using the industry leading customer portal, myDuncan.

We are committed to ensuring our teams are healthy and ready to deliver you what we promise. We are taking recommended precautions to minimize the risk of potential COVID-19 spread and have processes in place to disinfect your aircraft interior upon arrival at our facility and again before delivery and departure.

When coupled with strategies for sanitizing our facilities and ensuring team members are following social distancing policies, we believe we can maintain a safe and healthy environment for our team members and guests during this time.