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Duncan Aviation Introduces Its Newest Project Manager

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Nick Parsons has accepted the position of Project Manager at the Lincoln, Nebraska, facility. In his five years at Duncan Aviation, Parsons has proven himself a capable leader and conscientious mechanic while working on Challenger and Global projects.
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Duncan Aviation-Provo Construction Progress

Action at Duncan Aviation’s Provo, Utah, campus is ablur as 70-75 steel erectors, electricians, and concrete and mechanical experts work diligently to ensure Duncan Aviation’s first new-construction MRO maintenance hangar will be ready to open in January 2019.
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Duncan Aviation Engine Test Cell Is In Full Operation

After months of planning, construction, and rennovation, Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its new turbofan engine test cell, affectionately named ‘The Raptor,’ has completed all of the necessary correlation runs certified by Honeywell and is fully operational with many Honeywell TFE731 engines scheduled for CZI inspections throughout the end of the year.
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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 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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