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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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Duncan Aviation’s Mike Minchow Elected to Aircraft Electronics Association Board of Directors

At last week’s 57th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show in Nashville, Tennessee, the newly elected members to the AEA Board of Directors were introduced and recognized during a special awards luncheon. Mike Minchow, Duncan Aviation’s Manager of Completions & Avionics Sales was among the newly elected directors selected by the members of AEA in a membership-wide vote.
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