Duncan Aviation celebrates the delivery of a Challenger 604 newly equipped with the Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion. The avionics installation team at the company’s full-service facility in Battle Creek, MI, installed the scalable, fully connected, integrated avionics system with advanced situational awareness and intuitive decision-making tools. Featuring touch-control primary flight displays, heads-up vision systems, and weather-threat detection systems, the advanced system allows pilots to fly with greater precision.
Since 2015, Duncan Aviation’s Turbine Engine Services has gained Honeywell TFE731 Heavy and HTF7000 Minor authorizations and brought a 20,000 lb.-thrust-class test cell online. New capabilities, increased efficiencies, and expanded room are now adding support to these larger engine and maintenance events.
Duncan Aviation announces its satellite facility in St. Paul, MN, recently installed the Garmin G5000 integrated flight deck in two of a customer’s Citation Excel aircraft. After removing the entire cockpit, the crew in St. Paul installed the G5000, which includes bright, high-resolution color displays, touchscreen interfaces with audible feedback, automatic flight guidance and control systems, GPS, synthetic vision system (SVS), and real-time weather, chart, traffic, and terrain information on the large moving maps that provide pilots with a great deal of situational awareness.
Duncan Aviation announces it will be installing its 250th Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO) AVANCE™ L5 in-flight Wi-Fi system in a Gulfstream GV-SP at its facility in Lincoln, NE. Using one of the nine supplemental type certificates (STC) developed by the company’s Engineering & Certification department, the Duncan Aviation avionics technicians will perform the company’s full-equipment installation of the popular, reliable Wi-Fi system.
Duncan Aviation announces the delivery of the 100th pair of Aviation Partners, Inc. (API) blended winglets installed on a Dassault Falcon aircraft. On March 30, Two Bear Management’s Falcon 900EX took off from Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, NE, MRO facility sporting the highly visible technology. Improved fuel efficiency and a smoother ride are only a couple of the many reasons the company chose winglets.
Duncan Aviation Receives TCCA and EASA Approval for ACA Ionizer Installation Packages for Challenger Aircraft
Duncan Aviation announces it has secured approval from Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for two supplemental type certificates (STCs). Duncan Aviation’s Engineering and Certification Services and Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) departments created an installation package for the Aviation Clean Air (ACA) ionization system for Global and Challenger 300 and 350 aircraft. ACA packages are now available for aircraft throughout Canada and the European Union.
Duncan Aviation announces its plans to continue its Héroux-Devtek/APPH distributorship as one of only five such distributors worldwide. APPH Wichita (part of Heroux Devtek Group) recently announced it is ceasing all U.S. operations effective March 19, 2021, and transferring all work to APPH LTD (Heroux Devtek UK). After this date, all U.S. customers are able to receive customer support by going directly to APPH LTD (Heroux Devtek UK) or seeking out an Héroux-Devtek distributor, such as Duncan Aviation.
Duncan Aviation’s avionics teams are installing the Collins Aerospace Pro Line Fusion in a Challenger 604 at the company’s full-service facility in Battle Creek, MI. The scalable, fully connected, integrated avionics system with advanced situational awareness and intuitive decision-making tools also features touch-control primary flight displays, heads-up vision systems, and weather-threat detection systems, all of which help pilots fly with greater precision.