Duncan Aviation is a Bombardier Learjet Authorized Service Facility (ASF) for all hourly, calendar and special inspections and repairs on all Bombardier Learjet models.
Our Bombardier Learjet airframe teams in Battle Creek, Michigan, Lincoln, Nebraska, and Provo, Utah consist of specialized, factory-trained technicians, as well as A&P and IA-qualified aircraft inspectors. Technical support is available 24/7/365 for maintenance questions and troubleshooting. Each full-service location supports drop-in services, AOG emergencies and structural repairs, with road teams supporting AOG events in the field.
Our proprietary, computerized maintenance tracking system is available to assist in tracking your aircraft maintenance. However, with your authorization we can access your online maintenance tracking programs to better assist you with your service needs.
Duncan Aviation is an authorized dealer for most major cockpit and cabin avionics equipment, and our in-house engineering team regularly collaborates with OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) for new STCs (Supplemental Type Certificates).
Our network of Avionics Satellite shops are the front-line avionics service providers at the busiest business aviation airports across the United States. Each location is staffed and equipped to provide avionics service and support during times of critical, casual or remote location needs.
We are authorized by Honeywell and Pratt & Whitney to perform a broad spectrum of engine services for Line, Major, and Heavy inspections.
Honeywell TFE731-2,-20,-40: Line/Major/Heavy (MPI/CZI, Test Cell)
Pratt & Whitney PW300 Series: Line
The AOG Engine Rapid Response launch locations are strategically located across the United States and are on-call and ready for dispatch anywhere in the world. They are fully capable of supporting all in-house engine line services on the road.
Duncan Aviation provides complete, custom interior refurbishment, modification and completions services. Almost every detail is hand-crafted, and our professional designers and craftsmen create innovative interiors that deliver comfort for our clients. Our designs have been winning awards for years, and we offer a three-year warranty on our interior workmanship.
We offer one-piece composite PSU panels for Learjet 55 & 60 aircraft, one-piece window line panels, custom cabinets and finishes, and new cabin seating.
We utilize the latest in paint products, paint equipment and technology, down draft and cross draft paint and prep booths, and automatic heat and humidity control to produce the highest quality paint.
We have access to an inventory with more than 723,000 line items valued at more than $170 million. Our piece parts and rotables are available outright and for exchange. In most cases, parts can ship same-day. Our parts sales professionals are online and available 24/7/365 to serve customers, both domestic and international.
The Duncan Aviation avionics and accessories shops repair and overhaul virtually every type of equipment your aircraft might have, or need to have. We offer loaners and are authorized for sales, service, and support for multiple manufacturers. We have in-house repair capabilities on more than 52,000 units.
Duncan Aviation has been providing aircraft sales and acquisitions services for owners and operators of business jets and turboprops for over 65 years. Our expert team of aircraft brokers have an average of 35 years of extensive experience buying and selling private jets for their clients, and have completed more than 3,600 transactions, specializing in business jet markets.
In view of our broad resources we are uniquely positioned to support and complete highly complex transactions with wide-ranging technical knowledge to help you make the most informed buying/selling decisions.
Discover more about buying a private jet, view current aircraft for sale, or learn more about our aircraft acquisition services.
Jeff Regier Joins Duncan Aviation’s Airframe Service Sales Team
Stef Sedam Joins Bombardier Airframe Service Sales Team at Duncan Aviation
With Only 14 Weeks To Go, 65% of the Learjet 31/31A Fleet Has Yet To Update To ADS-B