Under a new agreement with Bombardier, Duncan Aviation's three MROs are now authorized to perform maintenance on all Learjet, Challenger, and Global 5500 and 6500 twinjets. (Photo: Duncan Aviation)
A new authorized service facility (ASF) agreement with Bombardier allows all three of Duncan Aviation’s primary MRO facilities to perform service on all Learjet, Challenger, and Global 5000/5500 and 6000/6500 twinjets. Under the agreement, the Duncan facilities are authorized to perform both new aircraft warranty and service bulletin work on nearly all of Bombardier's products.
Previously, Duncan’s Lincoln, Nebraska facility could provide authorized service only on Learjets, while its Battle Creek, Michigan facility could provide service on both Learjets and Challengers. Its Provo, Utah facility, on the other hand, could provide authorized service for Learjets, Challengers, and Globals, but not on the 5500 or 6500 models.
“The renewal of our authorization and addition of the new models are a testament to the strong business relationship between Duncan Aviation and Bombardier,” said Duncan v-p of sales Ryan Huss. “The two companies have worked together at many levels to provide operators with top-notch support options for their maintenance and modifications. Duncan Aviation is honored to be one of Bombardier’s ASF partners and to help to provide exceptional support to the Bombardier fleet.”
S: AIN Online
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