Wed, Aug 04, 2010
Two Additions Bring Total Membership To 69
The board of directors of the General Aviation Manufacturers
Association (GAMA) has approved Duncan Aviation and Greenwich
AeroGroup as its newest members, bringing the international trade
association’s membership to 69.
Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Duncan Aviation provides
services to general aviation aircraft through a network of more
than 20 facilities across the United States. Duncan Aviation
provides completion and modification services, aircraft
maintenance, avionics installation, and engine and auxiliary power
unit services for a wide variety of general aviation aircraft.
Greenwich AeroGroup was founded in 2007 in Greenwich,
Connecticut. Through ten locations, the company engineers and
manufacturers parts for general aviation aircraft, conducts
specialized avionics installations, tests and repairs, and also
completes and refurbishes aircraft interiors.
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