Orlando, FL - October 21, 2009: Duncan Aviation of Lincoln, Nebraska, and Wayfarer Aviation, Inc. of Rye Brook, New York, announced today a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a fleet savings package to support Wayfarer's fleet of managed aircraft.
"Duncan Aviation is an industry leading, well established maintenance firm with a history of delivering great quality work on time to their customers," said Thomas Mealie, General Operations Manager and Vice President of Maintenance, Wayfarer Aviation, Inc. "The opportunity to offer Duncan's services to Wayfarer's clients with bottom line savings will support our efforts of delivering a great management service."
Wayfarer Aviation is a leading worldwide management and charter organization with over 25 aircraft under management varying from Global Express, Challenger, Cessna, and Falcon aircraft based internationally from Florida, New York, California, and Singapore.
"At Duncan, we look forward to serving Wayfarer's clients to their exacting needs, leveraging our already established relationships," said John Slieter, Vice President, Sales for Duncan Aviation. "We continue to support the business aviation industry and this package solidifies our support of Wayfarer and their clients."
Duncan Aviation has been in operation since 1956 with comprehensive service and support for long and short range aircraft, encompassing aircraft maintenance, modification and technical support. Specializing in Challenger, Citation, Falcon, Hawker, Gulfstream, and Learjet aircraft Duncan employs over 2,000 employees worldwide with more than 20,000 active accounts. Their people are among the most experienced in the industry, and the quality of their service is among the best in the world.
About Wayfarer Aviation, Inc.
Wayfarer Aviation, Inc. offers a broad, nationwide suite of services including worldwide aircraft charter and turnkey aircraft management. Corporate Headquarters are located in Rye Brook, New York, with offices in San Francisco, Van Nuys, St. Louis and Fort Lauderdale with Principal Base Operations in Weymouth, MA. Wayfarer provides a complete aircraft operations and asset management solution for aircraft owners with the highest standards of safety, technical excellence, personalized solutions and impeccable service ñ backed by a Platinum rating by ARG/US and sound operational platform containing protocols of a Safety Management System (SMS). Wayfarer is also an active member of the Federal Aviation Administration's Focus Group for Safety Management Systems, NATA, NBAA Safety & Security Committees, Air Charter Safety Foundation and Flight Safety Foundation.
For more information, visit www.wayfareraviationinc.com.
About Duncan Aviation
Duncan Aviation is an aircraft service provider supporting the aviation needs of government and business operators and other service providers. Services include major and minor airframe inspections and maintenance, engine services, major retrofits for cabin and cockpit systems in addition to full paint and interior services and aircraft sales and acquisitions. Duncan Aviation also has aircraft components solutions experts available 24/7/365 at 800.228.1836 or 402.475.4125 (international) who can handle any aircraft system problem with immediate exchanges, rotables, loaners or avionics/instrument/accessory/propeller repairs and overhauls. Complete service facilities are located in Lincoln, Neb., and Battle Creek, Mich. Additional locations include more than 20 satellite avionics facilities strategically located throughout the United States. For more information about any of Duncan Aviation's services, contact us at 402.475.2611 or 800.228.4277.
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