Duncan Aviation Announces New Service Sales Representatives

Duncan Aviation  announces new airframe service sales responsiblities for its Lincoln, NE, and Provo, UT, locations. Brad Homeyer is now serving as airframe service sales representative for Duncan Aviation-Provo and Ryan Huss is a new airframe service sales representative for Duncan Aviation-Lincoln.

Huss joined Duncan Aviation in 2001 and has spent the last five years as a Challenger Team Leader for airframe service at Duncan Aviation-Lincoln. In his new technical sales role, he will serve customers as the Lincoln Bombardier Service Sales Representative. Prior to his career with Duncan Aviation, Huss was a technician in the United States Air Force.

Homeyer joined Duncan Aviation in 1996. He has been serving Challenger and Global operators for the past four years as a member of the Airframe Service Sales team in Lincoln. In his new role, he will shift his focus to operators in the west, working with Duncan Aviation’s maintenance facility in Provo, UT. Homeyer began his aviation career working for Mesaba Airlines. Later, he took on roles as mirector of Maintenance for Capital Airlines and chief Inspector at Regent Aviation.

“Brad and Ryan will be great assets to Bombardier operators in the west and midwest,” says Doug Alleman, Manager of Regional and Service Sales. “Brad has been working with customers for many years. His relationships will serve him well as he supports Duncan Aviation-Provo. And Ryan’s energy and attitude toward serving operators has been apparent through the years he spent maintaining Challengers. I am confident that his service will continue as he supports Challenger operators in planning their maintenance needs.”

Ryan and Brad will both be based at the Duncan Aviation-Lincoln facility. Ryan Huss can be reached at 402.479.8142 and Brad Homeyer can be reached at 402.479.8129.

For more information visit www.DuncanAviation.aero.

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