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  • Duncan Aviation Adds Contemporary Touches To CL605 Cabin

    Duncan Aviation is pleased to anounce that its Multimedia Designer Ken Reita has designed new drink rails and updated the seat design using new seat frames for a Challenger 605 customer. These two enhancements added visual appeal and gave the entire interior of the 605 a sleek, contemporary look that can be repeated in any Challenger 605 cabin.
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  • Duncan Aviation Announces New Van Nuys Satellite Manager

    Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Satellite Avionics Shop in Van Nuys, Calif., has a new manager. Anthony (Rennie) Loniero has accepted the new position and will oversee the avionics activity and installation work at Van Nuys and at the San Diego workaway station.
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  • Duncan Aviation Part of FAA Voluntary SMS Program

    As a company with Part 145 repair station authority for many of its facilities, Duncan Aviation has been working closely with the FAA in the development of a Safety Management System (SMS) for all operations of its Lincoln, Nebraska, location. A Safety Management System refers to a set of formal processes and tools used to manage a structured safety program. Currently, no FAA regulation requires repair stations to have SMS, but the FAA offers a voluntary program that Duncan Aviation has been participating in for several months.
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  • Duncan Aviation Installs JetWave High-Speed Connectivity

    Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its customers for whom the company has installed the Honeywell Aerospace JetWave system are raving about it! The JetWave broadband system provides the aircraft with high-speed connectivity via satellite using Inmarsat’s Ka-band Global Xpress.
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  • Duncan Aviation Releases ADS-B Compliance Numbers

    In early August, Duncan Aviation’s market research team ran numbers and found that although the FAA’s deadline for upgrading business aviation aircraft to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is a mere 16 months away, 52% of the aircraft in the industry have yet to comply. Despite the fact that the FAA has frequently reiterated that the deadline, Wednesday, January 1, 2020, is firm, roughly half of the business jet fleet still needs the mandated upgrades.
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