Duncan Aviation (Booth No. 5580) has always provided customers with rapid-response access to technical road crews, but the company has recently expanded the capabilities and the number of technicians so that it can now provide its customers with maintenance at their preferred location.
“This saves the customer fuel and travel time and makes maintenance-only events less disruptive to their overall schedule,” said Chad Doehring, airframe services manager for Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Neb. location.
Duncan technicians are now positioned at launch offices around the U.S. near hub airports from which they can rapidly travel to the customer. Duncan will use its company aircraft to pick up and deliver parts to the customer, as it has done for years, in an effort to reduce cost and downtime for its customers.
In other news that saves customers time, the company has acquired a Fryer Touch 2100 Control for machining landing-gear castings and other large parts rapidly and accurately.