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Duncan Aviation Launches New Parts Website

Dauncan Aviation Debuts DuncanAircraftParts.com

Duncan Aviation, a leading provider of aircraft services, has recently launched a new website, DuncanAviationParts.com, dedicated to aircraft parts and in-house repair capabilities. The website boasts an extensive inventory of over 723,000 line items, valued at more than $170 million, and provides customers with the ability to easily search for parts, view high-resolution photos, check stock availability, and request instant quotes.


Customers who create an account on DuncanAviationParts.com gain immediate access to view prices, available quantities, and all relevant documents, including traceability papers and 8130 dual-release tags. Additionally, account holders can make domestic outright parts purchases using a credit card for inventory available at Duncan Aviation's Lincoln, Nebraska location.

The website also offers convenient features such as Live Chat, email, and phone support from Parts & Rotables Sales representatives to assist with any questions or exchange transactions. Duncan Aviation plans to add more features to the site in the future, including the ability to purchase parts on net terms, parts exchange transactions, international sales, and parts purchased through other inventory program partners.

Customers are encouraged to visit DuncanAviationParts.com to explore the inventory, view all necessary paperwork, and make their purchases with ease. Orders placed through the website will be shipped on the same day, ensuring a quick and efficient process.

FMI: Duncan Aviation


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