Duncan Aviation announces Jonathan Heiss as the company’s newest Airframe Service sales rep in Battle Creek, MI. In his new position, Heiss assists Falcon airframe operators in planning for large airframe maintenance events, providing detailed technical quotes, answering service and capability questions, and scheduling maintenance visits.
Duncan Aviation announces that Phil Suglia is the new vice president of Modifications and Completions at the company’s full-service facility in Provo, UT. In this new role, Suglia will be responsible for the Interior, Avionics Install, and Avionics line teams in Provo, in addition to serving on the company’s senior management team. Suglia was previously located at Duncan Aviation’s facility in Battle Creek, MI, where he was responsible for Duncan Aviation regional managers located throughout the world.
Duncan Aviation announces that Tracy Bohaboj has accepted the position of sales representative for Government Programs at the company’s full-service facility in Lincoln, NE. In this new role, Bohaboj will focus on assisting the company’s Government Programs team in pursuing additional opportunities with U.S. and international government agencies.
In response to growing demands for experienced airframe maintenance support, Duncan Aviation adds two additional technical representatives to its Lincoln, NE, headquarters to provide advanced technical troubleshooting and technical support to the company's airframe maintenance teams and Duncan's customers who operate Bombardier aircraft.
Duncan Aviation announces it has added two members to its Continuous Improvement (CI) team. Nathan Hansen joins the team at the company’s facility in Provo, UT, and Justin Morgan joins the team at the facility in Battle Creek, MI. CI is an integrated philosophy that helps managers harness the creative ideas of the team members who are doing the work to help identify areas in which quality, products and services can be improved.
Duncan Aviation announces the opening of a new fixed location in Aurora, OR, operating under the Portland Repair Station. With space in the Charlie Hangar, conveniently located next to the only FBO on the field, Avionics crew lead, Justin Weber, will now serve Duncan Aviation’s avionics customers at the Aurora State Airport (UAO) full-time.
All of Duncan Aviation’s FBO locations in Lincoln, NE; Battle Creek, MI; Kalamazoo, MI; and Provo, UT, complete and pass the comprehensive safety audit required for Stage 3 of the International Safety for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) accreditation, joining the ranks of only three other FBOs in the United States and 16 worldwide — none of which performs large-scale maintenance, repair and overhaul services (MRO) to the extent of Duncan Aviation.
Duncan Aviation’s full-service MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility in Provo, UT, grows its technical representative expertise to include five Duncan Aviation Technical Representatives. These tech reps are some of the industry’s most experienced and highly respected experts, using their talent and knowledge to advise, teach and support customers, OEMs and internal Duncan Aviation technicians.