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Duncan Aviation Announces Larger and Dedicated Airframe AOG Teams

Duncan Aviation has announced that the company has developed larger and dedicated Airframe Aircraft On Ground (AOG) teams at each of its main facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska; Battle Creek, Michigan; and Provo, Utah. In Lincoln, we have a total of eight airframe rapid response technicians with more than 150 years of combined experience at Duncan Aviation who are ready to respond and hit the road at a moment’s notice.
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Duncan Aviation AVANCE L5 STCs

LINCOLN, NEB — Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services department is pleased to announce that it has six completed Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for the Gogo AVANCE L5 wi-fi system and has three more in work, to be completed in 2020. All six of the completed STCs have received approval from Transport Canada (TCCA).
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Duncan Aviation Named North American Winner of Bombardier Authorized Service Facility Excellence Award

Duncan Aviation was recently recognized by Bombardier Aviation for its performance as a top authorized service facility in the support of Bombardier customers. Judged on a set of criteria that included quality, compliance, customer satisfaction and customer influence, Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, facility was named the winner of the North American category of the 9th Annual Bombardier Authorized Service Facility Excellence Awards.
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Duncan Aviation Delivers Aircraft with Hydrographic Countertops

Duncan Aviation recently delivered two aircraft with interior elements that were created with hydrographic printing. The Gulfstream 150 and Challenger 300 are the first aircraft to receive countertops that were created with hydrographic technology, a new finish option recently implemented by Duncan Aviation interior experts.
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