Duncan Aviation’s Rapid Response Team Gets Embraer Legacy 500 Back In The Air

Although flights have fallen off a bit because of the pandemic, in the last week, the Rapid Response Team out of Lincoln has responded to calls for help from operators of six aircraft that were AOG. The team in Battle Creek, Michigan, responded to one, and the team in Provo, Utah, responded to three calls. Duncan Aviation has an additional 14 RRT launch teams ready to serve customers wherever they are needed. Click image for high-res download.

LINCOLN, NEB — In mid-July, Duncan Aviation’s Rapid Response Team (RRT) received a call from a customer with an Embraer Legacy 500, asking if the team could head to Omaha, Nebraska, to help with two issues that had left the aircraft in an AOG condition. The initial faults were a “PBIT Time Expired CAS” message and a “FLT CTRL NO DISPATCH CAS” message.

Duncan Aviation’s Assistant Manager of the Lincoln, Nebraska, Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul (MRO) RRT Tyler Spurling sent Airframe RRT Tech Donovan Mosher and Embraer Tech Rep Brad Kluthe to attend to the Embraer.

The Duncan Aviation techs were able to isolate and fix the faults in a matter of hours. In the meantime, the aircraft also had an “ENG FAIL” and an “ENG SHORT TERM DISPATCH” CAS message. Engine Line Lead Tech Rustin McCullough and Airframe Tech Rep Frank Logsdon joined the team in Omaha and identified the faulty component as RH Engine Electronic Control Unit (ECU) Channel B. The team performed the necessary engine runs and returned the aircraft to service.

Spurling says calls AOG calls are not unusual. Although flights have fallen off a bit because of the pandemic, in the last week, the Rapid Response Team out of Lincoln has responded to calls for help from operators of six aircraft that were AOG. The team in Battle Creek, Michigan, responded to one, and the team in Provo, Utah, responded to three calls.

“The week before we helped this Embraer customer, our RRT teams from our three main facilities in Battle Creek, Lincoln, and Provo, had traveled 6,612 miles to help customers with their AOG aircraft,” says Spurling.

In addition to the RRTs at the three main facilities, Duncan Aviation has 14 RRT launch offices ready to respond to our customers wherever they are. For more information, visit www.DuncanAviation.aero/services/aog or call +1 402.470.4560 for airframe or engine AOG assistance.

 

About Duncan Aviation

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 Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah. We also have dozens of other facilities strategically located throughout the United States to provide customers with regional support and the quickest response possible 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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