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Duncan Aviation NBAA Overview

Duncan Aviation Is Giving NBAA Attendees A Virtual Experience Unlike Any Other

Are you heading to NBAA 2019 in Las Vegas? Be sure to stop by Duncan Aviation’s booth (#N2506) for the opportunity to engage in a unique Virtual Reality experience. In this experience, participants will be able to learn about and interact with a TFE731 engine and see it run in a virtual test cell. Those who complete the experience will receive a special prize.

“The experience is a fun and memorable way to highlight Duncan Aviation’s TFE731 Heavy Authorization, which allows Duncan Aviation to perform CZI events,” says Mike Minchow, Duncan Aviation’s Vice President of Service Sales. “Duncan Aviation has been an industry leader in TFE731 MPI events, performing up to 200+ annually. Now, we also have the capability and authorization to perform CZIs at our Lincoln, Nebraska, engine shop.”

Duncan Aviation has also been authorized on the HTF7000 (AS907) series engines for hot section, front end, and gearbox inspection and repair. The company has technicians throughout the USA who are trained and ready to dispatch around the world to provide these services wherever needed. 

Learn More: See How Duncan Aviation Supports and Services Honeywell’s TFE731 and HTF7000 Engine

In addition to the virtual reality experience, Duncan Aviation will also highlight their full range of MRO and support services from Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions to Completions and Paint, and Airframe and Engine maintenance to Parts. The company will represent its three full-service facilities (Lincoln, Nebraska; Battle Creek, Michigan; and Provo, Utah) as well as its 25+ avionics satellite locations and worldwide Rapid Response Team engine services.