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Duncan Aviation News

Duncan Aviation Celebrates 20 Years of Falcon Authorization

Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, Nebraska, location celebrates 20 years as a Dassault Authorized Service Center (ASC) for all Falcon model aircraft. Although the company has been supporting the Falcon operator since the late 1970s, it wasn't until 1995 that Dassault officially recognized Duncan Aviation as an Authorized Service Center.

20 Students Earn Karen K. Duncan Scholarship

Supporting local communities is one of Duncan Aviation's core values. One way the company invests in its communities is through the children of its team members. Each year, Duncan Aviation advances the futures of 20 students through the Karen K. Duncan Scholarship program.

U.S. Customs Consultant Lends Expertise To Duncan Aviation Aircraft Sales Team

When an aircraft is purchased internationally and brought into the U.S., one of the last steps is ensuring the aircraft meets all requirements for the U.S. Customs agency. The deregistration and reregistration process meets the FAA regulations, but does not necessarily meet the regulations of U.S. Customs. Duncan Aviation's Aircraft Sales team and its customers can now lean on the expertise of Duncan Aviation's International Compliance Officer Steve Rothanzl.

Duncan Aviation Team Members Earn Internationally Recognized Certification

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce three team members have successfully completed the requirements to earn the American Society for Quality – Certified Calibration Technician (ASQ-CCT) designation. The ASQ-CCT is given to individuals who have at least five years of calibrations work experience and demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, quality practices in the field of calibrations.