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Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, Facility Adds Aruba To Its Certifications

Now Holds Certifications From 11 Aviation Authorities Around The World

Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, facility was recently approved by Aruba’s Department of Civil Aviation as an approved aircraft maintenance organization.

In addition to the FAA and this new Aruba certification, Duncan Aviation’s locations in Lincoln; Battle Creek, Michigan; Houston, Texas; and Provo, Utah; hold certificates for 10 additional civil aviation authorities around the world. The Lincoln facility has certifications for Argentina, Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, China, EASA, India, Mexico, South Africa and Venezuela. The Battle Creek facility has authorizations for Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, EASA, and Mexico. The Houston facility is authorized for Mexico. And the Provo facility has certificates for Brazil, EASA and Mexico.

According to Chris VanderWeide, Chief Inspector of International Airworthiness, business aviation is a truly global industry. “As such, it is vital that Duncan Aviation be able to serve its customers, regardless of location,” he said. “To meet that goal, the company is constantly evaluating its certifications and working with customers and prospects worldwide to secure new certifications when it makes sense to do so.” 

FMI: www.DuncanAviation.aero/resources/certificates

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