Owners and operators of Embraer Phenom 100s that are entering into service can have their new very light jets serviced at Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich. facilities, which in 2006 were named authorized service centers for the Legacy 600 and Phenom 100 and 300. Duncan recently completed paint work on a Phenom 100 and also was named a line maintenance center for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617F-E turbofan that powers the jet. Additionally, Duncan Aviation expanded its helicopter-component, repair-and-overhaul capabilities and signed a new Honeywell service-center agreement covering mechanical components. According to Honeywell, this agreement “allows Duncan Aviation to offer extremely competitive pricing for parts, labor flat-rates and exchange units.” Components covered include those found on Hawker Beechcraft King Airs and Hawkers, Bombardier Challengers and Learjets, IAI Westwinds and Astras, Dassault Falcons and Cessna Citations.
Duncan Aviation Ready for Embraer Phenom Service
- March 18, 2009, 11:29 AM