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Duncan Aviation Delivers Highly Stylized CL604

Duncan Aviation is excited to announce that its Battle Creek, Michigan, team took a well-used CL604 and completely updated and transformed the aircraft. Focusing on current design trends and incorporating the owner’s specific tastes, Duncan Aviation’s Lead Designer Emily Krawczak pulled together blacks, grays, and silvers for an eye-popping interior. In addition to the highly stylized interior, the aircraft received new paint, avionics upgrades, a 12-month inspection, and was provisioned for an aero-med air stretcher unit.
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Duncan Aviation Paints, Refurbishes Interior, and Modernizes Avionics On CJ2+

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce its paint, airframe, avionics install, and interior teams recently competed a multishop effort on a Citation CJ2+ at its facility in Lincoln, Nebraska. Working with Lead Designer Heather Pridemore from Duncan Aviation’s facility in Battle Creek, Michigan, interior specialists in Lincoln reupholstered the leather seats, laid new carpet, and installed sharp-looking lower side ledges.
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Duncan Aviation Transforms Falcon 2000EX EASy

Duncan Aviation is excited to announce that its Lincoln, Nebraska, teams recently delivered a Falcon 2000EX EASy with a complete interior refurbishment, partial paint, 36-month inspection, Airtext upgrade, LED light upgrades, and cabin PSU mod.
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Duncan Aviation Partners with Dassault Falcon Jet to Develop STCs for the ACA Ionizer in Three Falcon Aircraft

Duncan Aviation in partnership with Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation has developed Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) and installation packages for the Aviation Clean Air (ACA) ionization system for three Dassault Falcon models: the 7X, 2000/2000EX and 900/900EX aircraft, including all EASy variants. The Duncan Aviation Engineering and Certification Services team, in collaboration with the Duncan Aviation Organization Designation Authorization (ODA), has secured FAA approval for all three STCs and is now working on approvals from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA), and Brazil’s Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC).
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