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2018 News

Duncan Aviation Encourages European Operators to Complete ADS-B Upgrades Now

Duncan Aviation is aware, as are most of its European customers, that the European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA’s) deadline for upgrading to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is approaching quickly. Owner/operators who need to retrofit their aircraft have until midnight on June 6, 2020, to meet the terms of the mandate. Aircraft must be equipped with a GPS position source (such as a certified WAAS GPS antenna) and a 1090-megahertz Mode S Extended squitter transponder to relay the information to air traffic control (ATC).
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Duncan Aviation-Provo Names New Falcon Team Leader

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Dave Thompson has accepted the positon as team leader for the first dedicated Falcon team at the company’s facility in Provo, Utah. The Provo facility is in the midst of major expansion and will open a paint facility and new maintenance hangar by the end of 2018 with another maintenance hangar and many new backshops completed by January 2020.
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Duncan Aviation-Provo Names New Gulfstream Team Leader

Duncan Aviation in Provo, Utah, is pleased to announce that Enrique Marquez has accepted the Gulfstream/Embraer Airframe Team Leader position. Marquez will work closely with his counterparts at the Duncan Aviation facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan, to develop consistent services and capabilities at the growing Provo facility.
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Duncan Aviation Names Kasey Harwick Vice President of Maintenance

Kasey Harwick, who joined the Senior Management Team at Duncan Aviation in July 2017 and has served as Director of Maintenance for the last year, has been named the Vice President of Maintenance at the company’s Battle Creek, Michigan, facility. In his new role, Harwick will continue to manage the airframe shops and oversee the engine and accessory departments in Battle Creek.
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