LINCOLN, NEB. — Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Department is pleased to announce that it has received approvals from three civil aviation authorities for its Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs)--ST01810WI and ST01811WI—that upgrade the Honeywell Primus II system for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast-Out (ADS-B) in Cessna 560/560XL and Hawker 800/800XP aircraft, respectively. Approved by the FAA in December 2015, the STCs have also been accepted by Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA), Mexico’s Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC), and the 27-member nations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
These approvals mean that aircraft in the countries that abide by those three civil aviation authorities can now access these two Duncan Aviation STCs and comply with the FAA’s January 1, 2020, ADS-B mandate. Without upgrading to ADS-B by the mandate deadline, aircraft will face limitations or be denied the ability to fly in US airspace.
“We’re proud to secure these authorizations because they let our customers from Mexico and Canada, and throughout Europe, know that we are committed to and respectful of their processes and procedures,” says Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Business Development Manager Shawn Carraher. “It’s important to Duncan Aviation to be able to provide service to all of its customers, regardless of their global location, and these approvals provide more options for those needing ADS-B STCs around the world.”
Additionally, the Duncan Aviation Engineering & Certification Department has been developing STCs for various equipment and aircraft to give aircraft owner/operators as much choice regarding ADS-B equipment as possible. The company now holds or has access to 42 STCs for FAA-approved ADS-B equipment, which allows the company to perform upgrades on more than 100 aircraft models. Search the company’s NextGen Solutions database to see what STCs and ADS-B equipment is available for your aircraft at www.DuncanAviation.aero/services/avionics-installation/nextgen-solutions.
In the final 11 months before the FAA’s January 1, 2020, deadline for its ADS-B mandate, roughly 45% of the business jets in the United States have not complied. In addition to its Satellite Avionics Shops located at the busiest general aviation airports in the country, Duncan Aviation has three main facilities in Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah. Call to schedule time with the experienced avionics technicians at any of these locations to make sure your aircraft is in compliance before the deadline. To see a complete location list, go to: www.DuncanAviation.aero/locations/index.
To learn more about Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification team, please visit: www.DuncanAviation.aero/services/engineering.
Duncan Aviation is an aircraft service provider supporting the aviation needs of government and business operators and other service providers. Services include major and minor airframe inspections, engine maintenance, major retrofits for cabin and cockpit systems, full paint and interior services and preowned aircraft sales and acquisitions. Duncan Aviation also has international aircraft components solutions experts available 24/7/365 at +1 402.475.4125 who can handle any aircraft system problem with immediate exchanges, rotables, loaners or avionics/instrument/accessory repairs and overhauls. Complete service facilities are located in Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich. Additional locations include Provo, Utah, and more than 20 other facilities strategically located throughout the United States to provide customers with local support and the quickest response to avionics, engine and airframe Aircraft On Ground (AOG) situations.
For more information about any of Duncan Aviation’s services, call +1 402.475.2611 or visit www.DuncanAviation.aero
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