Roses and Ravens In Flight
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 of business aircraft. 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 Booth #N2506 to meet our technical 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.
Show attendees will also have the opportunity to engage in a unique Virtual Reality experience at the Duncan Aviation booth. In this experience, participants will be able to learn about and interact with a TFE731 engine and see it run in a virtual test cell. Those who complete the experience will receive a special prize.
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.
Act now! See Duncan Aviation NBAA Booth #N2506 for more information.
Duncan Aviation would like to encourage aircraft (AC) owner/operators who upgraded to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) in 2014 or 2015 to make sure their system is transmitting in compliance with FAR (Federal Aviation Regulation) 91.227.
To further reduce downtime and control costs, Duncan Aviation has invested in the necessary equipment, tooling, and training to bring Honeywell HTF7000 Series engine Turbine blade changes and balancing capabilities in-house.
Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services (ECS) department will have two representatives in Duncan Aviation’s booth (#N2506) at the 2019 National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, from October 22-24. Duncan Aviation’s ECS team has years of experience providing design data and all supporting documentation required to certify many types of alterations including avionics installations and upgrades, interior alterations, and government and special-mission projects.
LINCOLN, NEB — Duncan Aviation compiles an internal report each month based on our data and available air traffic control information that gives insight into the Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) adoption rate. With only 14 weeks remaining until the FAA’s deadline for upgrading to ADS-B, roughly 65% of the Learjet 31/31As registered in the United States are non-compliant.
Duncan Aviation’s Bruce Miller, the manager of the company’s Satellite Avionics Shop in Cincinnati, Ohio, has noticed a sudden flurry of quote requests as customers realize the FAA’s deadline for upgrading to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is quickly approaching. For those who are counting, and Miller definitely is, there are 15 weeks left.
Duncan Aviation’s market research team recently released updated numbers and found that although the FAA’s deadline for upgrading business aviation aircraft to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is 16 weeks away, 23% of the US-registered business jet fleet, or 3,384, still don’t comply.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Rene Cardona, a longtime member of the company’s Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions team, recently earned recognition as an IADA-Certified Aircraft Sales Broker.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that it has received FAA approval for a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) that will allow installation of SmartSky’s air-to-ground connectivity system for Challenger 601, 604, 605 and 650 aircraft.