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Duncan Aviation News

Duncan Aviation Avionics Experts to Present at AEA

For the third year in a row, Duncan Aviation avionics experts are on the agenda to present technical training workshops at the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) 57th Annual International Convention and Trade Show, March 12-15, in Nashville, Tennessee.

Duncan Aviation to Feature Live Onsite Tech Support During AEA

Duncan Aviation is bringing live avionics tech support to the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) 57th Annual International Convention and Trade Show, held March 12-15, in Nashville, Tennessee. Duncan Intelligence Live will feature Duncan Aviation’s Avionics Tech Reps Curt Campbell, Dan Magnus, Scott McKenzie and Larry Troyer working one-on-one with aircraft owners and operators in booth #604 during open Exhibition Hall hours.

Duncan Aviation Unveils Double Take Design on Company Citation M2

Chairman Emeritus Robert Duncan and his wife, Karen, surround themselves with the things they’re passionate about: aviation and art. So, when Duncan Aviation acquired a new Citation M2, they wanted the jet’s paint scheme to reflect the brush strokes of an artist, an abstract artist. They also simultaneously took the term “green plane” to another level with this lime green wonder.

Duncan Aviation Begins Working in Part of New Maintenance Facility

Duncan Aviation started the new year by performing aircraft service work in one hangar of its new maintenance facility. The windows have been installed, the floors have been coated and yesterday—with a Falcon 7X leading the way—four jets needing service entered the new 40,000-square-foot hangar bay in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Duncan Aviation Celebrates 50 Years in LNK

Duncan Aviation is the largest family-owned aircraft support facility in North America. That statement is much more than bragging rights. And the key word in the sentence is family. The people are the reason Duncan Aviation is what it is today, and those talented and tenacious team members who come to work every day are the reason the company’s Lincoln, Nebraska, facility is celebrating its 50th anniversary this month.