Duncan Aviation (Booth No. 5100) announced yesterday plans to build its third full-service maintenance facility. The center will be located in Provo, Utah, and is scheduled to open by August 2010, pending final approval for state incentives from the Utah governor’s Office of Economic Development.
“Nearly two years ago, driven mostly by customer demand, we started looking at potential service center sites in the western U.S.,” said Todd Duncan, chairman of Duncan Aviation. “Our site-selection criteria were based on our other successful models and we are excited to have found Provo, a community very similar to those surrounding our Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich. locations. As soon as Utah state incentives are finalized, we will commit to building our facility at the Provo Municipal Airport.”