Duncan Aviation marks the 20th anniversary of the first mobile engine RRT (Rapid Response Team) located at Dallas Love Field.
Duncan Aviation completed a Gulfstream GIV in 2007 that was placed on static display at the National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention in Atlanta, Georgia. The aircraft had new paint as well as a fresh interior that showcased a multitude of industry firsts. A look at that aircraft today after 13 years of regular use, proves that its design was timeless and the interior installation and construction was of the highest quality.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that its Engineering and Certification Department has completed its eighth full-equipment Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO) AVANCETM L5 in-flight Wi-Fi system for Cessna Citation 750 aircraft. Duncan Aviation has completed seven additional STCs for this popular, reliable Wi-Fi system, and the STC covers the Wi-Fi certification and full equipment and antenna installation required to provide in-flight connectivity to the Gogo Biz® 4G network.
After months of renovation, Duncan Aviation unveiled a new Design Center at its Battle Creek, Michigan, MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) facility. The updated Design Center now has 30% more space, a more efficient work area, and an inviting environment for customers as they spec out designs for their aircraft paint and interior modifications.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce it has completed an industry-first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the Aviation Clean Air (ACA) ionization system for a Global aircraft. This STC is available now for the Bombardier Global Express, Express XRS, 5000, 5500, and 6000.
Duncan Aviation recently transformed a 32-year-old Falcon 900B into a personalized business jet that met the customer’s business and personal expectations. With nearly all preowned aircraft purchases, some form of paint, refurbishment, or installation work is often needed to personalize the jet for its new owners. This aircraft was no different.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that the US Department of Labor has endorsed its new Powerplant Apprenticeship program, and eight full-time technicians will begin their 24-month apprenticeships this month. In spite of everything 2020 has thrown at the business aviation industry, Duncan Aviation continues to take a proactive approach to finding ways to resolve the critical shortage of skilled technicians that’s expected in the industry in the next few years.
In mid-July, Duncan Aviation’s Rapid Response Team (RRT) received a call from a customer with an Embraer Legacy 500, asking if the team could head to Omaha, Nebraska, to help with two issues that had left the aircraft in an AOG condition.
Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce that Susie Corn has accepted the position of Regional Sales Manager for the South Central United States, which includes Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Duncan Aviation is excited to announce its August webinar topic: Quality Cabinet Finishes & Graphic Options.