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Duncan Aviation-Provo Names New Falcon Team Leader

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Dave Thompson has accepted the positon as team leader for the first dedicated Falcon team at the company’s facility in Provo, Utah. The Provo facility is in the midst of major expansion and will open a paint facility and new maintenance hangar by the end of 2018 with another maintenance hangar and many new backshops completed by January 2020.
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Duncan Aviation-Provo Names New Gulfstream Team Leader

Duncan Aviation in Provo, Utah, is pleased to announce that Enrique Marquez has accepted the Gulfstream/Embraer Airframe Team Leader position. Marquez will work closely with his counterparts at the Duncan Aviation facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan, to develop consistent services and capabilities at the growing Provo facility.
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Duncan Aviation Customers Riding The JetWave

Duncan Aviation has been busy installing a number of Honeywell Aerospace JetWave hardware systems, allowing customers who fly globally to connect to Inmarsat’s GX (Global Xpress) Ka-band, high-speed broadband service, Jet ConneX. Owner/operators who fly large-cabin aircraft and need worldwide Internet connectivity have faster options with Honeywell’s JetWave and Imarsat’s Ka-band broadband satellite network.
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CJ3 Pro Line Fusion® Upgrades Underway at Duncan Aviation Locations in Nebraska, Michigan and Utah

A year after Duncan Aviation delivered the first Citation CJ3 aircraft equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion® integrated avionics upgrade, the company has seen great demand and is spooling up additional installation locations to make the upgrade even more convenient for customers. The first eight aircraft were completed at Duncan Aviation’s facility in Lincoln, Nebraska. In April, Pro Line Fusion installations will also be in work at Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek, Michigan, and Provo, Utah, locations. Duncan Aviation has 11 CJ3 upgrades completed or in work with a total of 25 commitments.
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Duncan Aviation Develops Three New STCs To Meet Mandates

Duncan Aviation recently completed an industry first installation of the Honeywell Primus Elite (DU-875 displays) in an Embraer Legacy. The Legacy’s owner is a long-time customer of the Duncan Aviation Houston, Texas, Satellite Avionics Shop and agreed to be a launch customer for three new Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs).
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Duncan Aviation & Safran Engineering Services announce FANS-1/A STC for Bombardier Challenger 601-3A/3R

Duncan Aviation and Safran Engineering Services have strengthened their existing partnership to create a new STC* (a national aviation authority-approved major modification or repair to an existing type certified aircraft) for FANS-1/A (Future Air Navigation System), an avionics system that provides direct data link communication between the pilot and the Air Traffic Controller.
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Duncan Aviation Celebrates 20 Years of Falcon Authorization

Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, Nebraska, location celebrates 20 years as a Dassault Authorized Service Center (ASC) for all Falcon model aircraft. Although the company has been supporting the Falcon operator since the late 1970s, it wasn't until 1995 that Dassault officially recognized Duncan Aviation as an Authorized Service Center.
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Bombardier Aerospace Extends Duncan Aviation’s Authorized Service Center Agreement

Duncan Aviation's Authorized Service Center agreement with Bombardier Aerospace has been officially extended to include the Learjet 70* and Learjet 75* aircraft. With this addition, all of Duncan Aviation's full-service facilities in Battle Creek, Michigan, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Provo, Utah, are Authorized Service Centers for Learjet 40*, Learjet 45*, Learjet 60*, Learjet 70 and Learjet 75 aircraft.
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