Duncan Aviation is the world’s largest family-owned MRO center supporting business aviation turbine engines and APUs. We are authorized by Honeywell, Pratt & Whitney, GE, Williams International, and Rolls Royce to perform a broad spectrum of engine services, including MPI, CZI (Overhaul), Hot Section Inspections, unscheduled repairs, and other major maintenance.
Our modern 20,000-square-foot turbine engine facility in Lincoln, Nebraska, features a Honeywell certified 20,000-lb., thrust-class turbofan engine test cell and state-of-the-art control room. The new equipment installed in the NDT and Balance & Flow Rooms has increased our capabilities to support the Honeywell HTF (AS907) and TFE engines.
On-site at our facility in Battle Creek, Michigan, is a Pratt & Whitney Canada Hot Section Inspection/repair shop. The 3,700-square-foot work and office space is staffed by a team of Pratt & Whitney Canada engine technicians.
Both engine shops are fully supported by a wide range of backshop capabilities, including nondestructive testing and machining.
For a complete list of engine capabilities, download the Duncan Aviation Engine Fact Sheet.
We are authorized to support Honeywell MSP/MSP Gold, Pratt & Whitney Eagle Service Plan (ESP) Silver/Gold/Platinum, Rolls Royce Corporate Care/Corporate Care Enhanced, Williams TAP/TAP Elite/TAP Blue/TAP Advantage/TAP Advantage Elite, General Electric OnPoint, EAP, and JSSI Choice/Tip to Tail.
Duncan Aviation’s 24-hour network of AOG Rapid Response engine technicians are on-call and ready for dispatch anywhere in the world. With strategic locations across the United States, our teams can support all of your in-house line serving needs on the road.
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