Duncan To Install 250th Gogo Avance L5 System

 - April 14, 2021, 10:11 AM
Duncan Aviation’s engineering and certification services teams have developed numerous STCs and AMLs that cover the full equipment installation of the Gogo connectivity system in more than 30 aircraft models. (Photo: Duncan Aviation)

Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, facility is approaching its 250th installation of a Gogo Avance L5 in-flight airborne connectivity system. The milestone equipment installation will be carried out by Duncan avionics techs in a Gulfstream GV-SP using one of the nine STCs developed by the MRO provider’s engineering and certification department.

“The long, productive relationship between Duncan Aviation and Gogo Business Aviation provides a significant benefit to our mutual customers,” said Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln-based modifications sales manager Nate Klenke. “Because of our confidence in the performance and reliability of the Gogo Avance L5, Duncan Aviation’s Engineering & Certification Services teams have invested in the development of numerous STCs and AMLs, covering the full-equipment installation of the system in more than 30 aircraft models.”

Duncan’s STC covers the equipment and antenna installation necessary to use the Gogo Biz 4G network. For a limited time, Duncan is extending free subscriptions to Gogo Text & Talk and Gogo Vision for a full year. Gogo Text & Talk allows crew and passengers to use their personal devices to call and text during flight, while Gogo Vision offers content such as movies, TV shows, magazines, and flight maps.