U.S. aircraft maintenance specialist Duncan Aviation has come to the MEBA show having just forged a new partnership with Abu Dhabi-based Prestige Jet. The two companies are jointly exhibiting here in Dubai.
Duncan will be helping Prestige Technique–the engineering arm of Prestige Jet–to provide various airframe and engine support services. From its facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan, the firm’s 2,200 employees provide maintenance, repair and overhaul around the clock, including comprehensive components services. It is now building a new base in Provo, Utah.
“We are delighted to be working with Prestige Jet as we make our first foray into the Middle East market,” said Tony Gilbert, Duncan Aviation’s vice president of international business. “Duncan Aviation will provide all services from airframe and engine maintenance to completions and avionics installations,” he said. The company also provides a wide variety of retrofit services for cabin and cockpit systems, as well as aircraft painting and all categories of airframe inspections.