The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) submits a letter to the International Civil Aviation Organization, recommending that the CORSIA baseline be adjusted now to take into account the unprecedented effects of COVID-19 on worldwide air travel.
GARD Specialists® secures FAA DER approval to provide special high-strength threaded inserts to repair piston- and turbine-engine cases and other airframe gearboxes and components that have stripped threads.
Duncan Aviation announces that its disinfection service is now available at five of the company’s Satellite Avionics Shops: Fort Lauderdale, FL; Houston, TX; Seattle, WA; Teterboro, NJ; and Van Nuys, CA. The service will expand to additional shops throughout the Duncan Aviation Satellite Network in the coming weeks.
King Aerospace announces it has been selected as an awardee on the Kits, Recovery, Augmentation, Components and Engines (KRACEn) multiple award contract (MAC) supporting the United States Navy.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomes news that the U.S. Department of the Treasury has begun making payments to many of the small and mid-sized general-aviation air carriers, including FAR Part 135 charter operators struggling with the unprecedented financial challenges raised by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Duncan Aviation announces it has been named the Honeywell Channel Partner of the Year and Dealer of the Year for 2019.
In response to strong customer support and consistent business growth at its Nashville facility, Stevens Aerospace announces the company will be relocating its operation to nearby Smyrna Airport (MQY). Located just 12 miles from its current location, and still only minutes to downtown Nashville, the Stevens hangar will be part of the Hollingshead Aviation FBO campus.
A longtime Duncan Aviation client who uses a fleet of GIV-SPs that operate as vital corporate shuttles, often flying larger groups on longer international trips, has the company refurbish a Gulfstream IV-SP to better operate as a corporate shuttle for up to 14 passengers.
West Star Aviation continues to operate at all of its full-service and satellite locations as an essential business in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company has instituted multi-level safety and mitigation procedures as a way to better protect employees, customers and its assets.
Employees of Duncan Aviation take on a new kind of work, sewing face masks and gowns at its full-service facility locations for its own workers as well as local health care workers.