Avionics Press Releases

  • Timeline of Next Generation Mandates Available at Duncan Aviation NBAA Booth #208

    In the fall 2014 issue of the Duncan Debrief magazine, Duncan Aviation features a timeline of the NextGen mandates. Owners and operators who would like to see at-a-glance which deadlines are looming with regard to the various components of the NextGen mandates (FANS/FANS 1/A, ATN-B1/CPDLC, TCAS II 7.1 and ICAO) can open to the “Dates You Need To Know” article on page 14, which is the center spread in the issue. Dates and components are color coded for easy identification.
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  • Avidyne Extends Relationship with Duncan Aviation to Provide Exclusive Repair Service for EX500 Display Systems

    Avidyne Corporation, a leading provider of integrated flight decks, displays, and safety systems for general aviation aircraft, announced they have extended their repair service agreement with Duncan Aviation, Inc. of Lincoln, Nebraska, to include Avidyne’s EX500 series of multi-function displays (MFD). Duncan Aviation will now be the exclusive provider of repair services for Avidyne customers that are using the EX500, as well as its first-generation Flight Situation Displays (FSD) and early-model FlightMax® Multi-Function Displays (MFD).
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  • Duncan Aviation’s On-Target Turntime Program Rolls Out with 21 Day C Check

    Duncan Aviation technicians and managers have been exploring project efficiency and planning in an effort to get customers back in the air faster and to continue to ensure accurate out dates for aircraft service work. The result is Duncan Aviation’s On-Target Turntime program. The first project completed under this program was a Falcon 2000EX with a C Check inspection and due items along with EASy II provisioning. The workscope was completed as promised in just 21 days, a full week faster than the typical Duncan Aviation turntime for that inspection.
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  • Duncan Aviation Has Installed More Than 500 Aircell Wi-Fi Systems

    With two full-service aircraft service locations and 25 satellite avionics shops strategically placed throughout the United States, Duncan Aviation recently reached a milestone, installing its 500th in-flight connectivity system from Aircell, the business aviation division of Gogo. With more than 500 installations, Duncan Aviation holds a prominent position as leader of the aftermarket installation of in-flight internet and Wi-Fi upgrades such as Aircell Gogo Biz and SwiftBroadband systems.
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  • Attitude Adjustments Available at Duncan Aviation

    Duncan Aviation’s avionics instruments gyro team, led by Jerry Bremer, has access to new tech data and parts for Thales attitude indicator (AI) units. The company’s avionics and instrument shop is now offering a wide spectrum of services for the Thales indicators ranging from the simple repair to full overhaul.
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  • Duncan Aviation Ready for Aircell’s Gogo Biz Service in Canada

    When Aircell announced Gogo Biz would be available in portions of Canada in early 2014, Duncan Aviation’s avionics team got to work validating STCs. The team immediately saw an increase in demand for the system installations of the in-flight connectivity for Canadian-registered aircraft and has completed 11 STCs, just in time for Aircell’s Gogo Biz in-flight internet and voice service unveiling.
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  • Duncan Aviation Expands Autopilot Overhaul Capabilities

    Duncan Aviation’s avionics & instruments department has been acquiring new diagnostic test equipment to expand its autopilot capabilities. Over the past two years, several Bendix King product lines have been added to Duncan Aviation’s repair and overhaul capabilities. The latest addition includes Bendix King KS270C / 271C /272C.
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