Avionics Press Releases

  • Three Of Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Facilities Earn Mexican Certifications

    Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Avionics shops in Denver, Colorado, and Austin and Dallas, Texas, recently received certification from Mexico’s Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC), which is the civil aviation authority for Mexico. This certification allows the Duncan Aviation shops in Denver, Austin, and Dallas to expand their avionics services for customers with aircraft based in Mexico.
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  • Duncan Aviation Develops STCs For Gogo AVANCE L5 System

    Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Engineering and Certification Department has developed six Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for the Gogo AVANCE L5 system. The STCs cover the Wi-Fi certification and full equipment and antenna installation required to provide in-flight connectivity for the following makes/models: • Challenger 601-3A, 601-3R, 604, 605, and 650 • Challenger 300 and 350 • Global Express, XRS, 5000, and 6000 • Gulfstream G-IV, G300, G400, GIV-X, G350, and G450 • Falcon 900, 900C, and 900EX (EASy, LX, DX) • Falcon 2000 and 2000EX (EASy, DX, LX, LXS, S)
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  • Duncan Aviation Increases AOG Service Options

    Duncan Aviation is pleased to have the largest independent business aviation AOG service network in the world with satellite avionics shops and workaway stations that number 27 as well as 16 engine Rapid Response team launch offices.
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  • Duncan Aviation and Gogo Business Aviation Collaborate on ST 4300 STC for Challenger Aircraft

    Duncan Aviation and Gogo Business Aviation recently worked together to develop a new Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for installing the Gogo ST 4300 Iridium Satcom Satellite Telecommunication System configuration for Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) 1/A+ in a Bombardier Challenger 604 variant (Challenger 605 model). This new STC includes Challenger 605 aircraft, serial numbers 5701 through 5990.
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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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