August 2010 is the target date set for opening Duncan Aviation’s third full-service maintenance facility. Located on Provo Municipal Airport in Utah, the facility will provide airframe, engine, interior completions, exterior paint and avionics installation services for business aircraft from around the world.
Provo Municipal Airport
Duncan Aviation plans to build a new, 320,000-sq-ft facility at Provo Municipal Airport in Utah. Scheduled to open by August 2010 and representing an initial investment of “around $20 million,” it will provide services including airframe, engine, avionics, interior completion and exterior paint. Duncan already operates two similar full-service centers, one at its headquarters in Lincoln, Neb. and one in Battle Creek, Mich.
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.
Million Air Provo has acquired the assets of its only on-field competitor, Advantage Aviation, at Provo (Utah) Municipal Airport (PVU). The acquisition gives Million Air greater fueling capability, additional maintenance capacity and more hangar space.