MRO provider Duncan Aviation has completed the relocation of its satellite repair shop at the William P. Hobby International Airport in Houston to a larger hangar at Wilson Air Center on the south ramp.
“This new hangar gives our team at the Houston satellite three times the space and twice the hangar door height as our previous space,” said Duncan satellite operations manager Matt Nelson. “This means we can bring customers’ aircraft inside the hangar, and we can work on everything up to a Gulfstream G650 in there now.”
At Houston, Duncan employs 19 staff whose capabilities include avionics maintenance, repair, and retrofit, in addition to minor airframe maintenance and, with the assistance of its Rapid Response team, engine maintenance.
Established in 1985, the Houston shop is the oldest of Duncan’s satellite operations, which now total 26. That doesn't include its full-service MRO facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska; Provo, Utah; and Battle Creek, Michigan.