LINCOLN, NEB. — Duncan Aviation-Lincoln’s Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) team has added weekend shift coverage to help meet shorter turntime demands while enhancing the customer service experience.
“We needed to add a weekend shift to better serve our internal and external customers and meet the shorter turntimes they were requesting,” says Marty Lincoln, Duncan Aviation’s Accessories Manager. This addition includes both new hires and repositioning existing team members to ensure a smooth transition.
The NDT team supports the airframe, paint, engine, machine, accessories and, notably, landing gear shops. This is in addition to testing of parts shipped in from customers.
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, engine maintenance, major retrofits for cabin and cockpit systems, full paint and interior services and preowned aircraft sales and acquisitions. Duncan Aviation also has international aircraft components solutions experts available 24/7/365 at +1 402.475.4125 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 Provo, Utah, and 27 other facilities strategically located throughout the United States to provide customers with local support and the quickest response to avionics, engine and airframe Aircraft On Ground (AOG) situations.
For more information about any of Duncan Aviation’s services, call +1 402.475.2611 or visit www.DuncanAviation.aero.
Brad Homeyer is now serving as Airframe Service Sales Representative for Duncan Aviation-Provo and Ryan Huss is a new Airframe Service Sales Representative for Duncan Aviation-Lincoln.
The hangar is one of two housed in the new 175,000-square-foot facility, and it is the only part that has received occupancy permits so far. The rest of the building is set to be completed in June.
The new mill, a Fryer Touch 2100 Control, will allow technicians to machine landing gear castings and other large parts with better accuracy and efficiency.