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Duncan Aviation’s Steve Ward Named Dallas/Fort Worth Satellite Shop Manager

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that in early January 2021, Steve Ward accepted the position of manager of the company’s Satellite Avionics Shop in Dallas, Texas, and of the Avionics Repair Station in Fort Worth. Ward was hired to work at the Dallas Satellite Shop 22 years ago, and he has more than 35 years in the aviation industry. Located at the Dallas Love Airfield, the Dallas Duncan Aviation Satellite is the oldest of the company’s 26 Satellite Facilities and workaway stations.
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Duncan Aviation Looking to Hire Summer Interns

Duncan Aviation has 33 student summer internship opportunities at the company’s three full-service facilities in Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah. These paid internships allow students to learn more about the company and explore possible career paths in business aviation service and support.
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Duncan Aviation’s Houston Satellite Shop Relocates

In the midst of a full schedule and the holiday season, Duncan Aviation’s team at its Houston Satellite Shop packed up its tools, equipment, and crew and moved into a newly constructed, state-of-the art hangar at Wilson Air Center at the William P. Hobby International Airport in Houston, Texas.
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Duncan Aviation Expands Burn Testing Lab

Construction on the new Flammability Lab at the Duncan Aviation full-service facility in Battle Creek, Michigan, will be completed next week. Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services is not only expanding the size of its Burn Lab, it is also expanding its testing capabilities to include the NexGen or Sonic Burner test (also known as the FAR 25.853 (c) Fire-Blocking test).
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Duncan Aviation’s Provo FBO Now Louie Alliance Member and Offers De-Icing Services

During the months since the Duncan Aviation’s full-service Fixed Base Operator (FBO) rolled open its hangar doors in Provo, Utah, it has experienced incremental growth. The facility is now a member of the Fly Louie Alliance for Part 135 operators, which means Duncan Aviation’s name is on a national registry that informs transcontinental flyers that Duncan Aviation is an option for quality fuel in Provo.
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