Sun, Nov 06, 2005
Adding to Duncan
Aviation's long list of Learjet capabilities, Duncan Aviation has
added Learjet landing gear overhaul capability at their Battle
Creek, Michigan, location.
This new capability will give Learjet customers another option
for gear overhaul. With the recent addition of Bombardier’s
Learjet Authorization in Battle Creek, this added capability is a
natural fit, shortening downtimes and making Duncan Aviation-Battle
Creek a one-stop shop for Learjet operators.
Duncan Aviation is an aircraft service provider with 1,800
employees supporting the aviation needs of government and business
operators and other service providers. These services include
airframe, engine, avionics installations, interior and paint
completions/modifications, avionics/instrument and
accessory/propeller repair/overhaul and parts support.
Complete service facilities are located in Lincoln, Neb., and
Battle Creek, Mich. Additional locations include 21 satellite
avionics facilities located throughout the United States, 20
government C-23 contract locations, a line service/regional support
operation in Kalamazoo, Mich., and Lincoln-based Parts Support
Services, a division that sells and consigns general aviation parts
to aircraft operators and service organizations worldwide.
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