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Five Days Until ADS-B Mandate Deadline; Do You Have A Flight Plan?

Duncan Aviation knows that most of its customers are aware that the FAA’s January 1, 2020, deadline for upgrading their aircraft to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is next week. In the last couple of weeks, managers at the Duncan Aviation Satellite Avionics Shops have been asked a number of questions.
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With Four Weeks Left In 2019, Duncan Aviation Is Hearing About Delays In Equipment Delivery Dates

As we stop counting weeks and start counting days until the FAA’s January 1, 2020, deadline for upgrading aircraft to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast, Duncan Aviation has experienced delays in equipment delivery dates. Anticipating this possibility earlier this year, the company invested in Global Positioning System (GPS) and Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) sensors and recievers from a variety of manufacturers.
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Duncan Aviation Sends Wishes For A Happy Thanksgiving

During this week where many of us celebrate with feasts, family and friends, Duncan Aviation would like to take the time to wish its team members, customers, and everyone in the business aviation industry a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! We’re grateful for all of you and all you do to make this industry strong, forward-looking, and safe for everyone involved. Duncan Aviation would also like to remind its customers of a few things, outlined here.
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Duncan Aviation Achieves SMS Level 3 Certification

Duncan Aviation is extremely pleased to announce that manager of Audit Programs Mike Brown has accepted a certificate on the company’s behalf from WYVERN Ltd. The certification recognizes Duncan Aviation for having a Safety Management System (SMS) in place at its repair station in Lincoln, Nebraska.
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Duncan Aviation’s Hangar Doors Are Open During The Final Two Weeks Of 2019

Duncan Aviation would like to remind aircraft owner/operators that although there are seven weeks and two business days until January 1, 2020, the reality is, many aviation vendors and shops close for the last two weeks of the year. Owner/operators who need parts, components, and modifications from various vendors may find that they’re unable to procure them during the last two weeks of 2019.
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