Duncan Aviation named as CF34-3 authorised service centre

Terry Spruce

GE Aviation has named Duncan
Aviation as an authorised service centre for  CF34-3 engines that power the Bombardier
Challenger series. Under this agreement, Duncan Aviation can perform line
maintenance and engine maintenance, including front-end and hot-end entry, as
well as provide OnPointSM solution agreement and warranty support and
facilitate access to both GE parts and technical support.

“Duncan Aviation has more than 50 years of experience in the maintenance,
repair and overhaul of business aircraft, and we are pleased to welcome the
company to GE’s CF34-3 network of authorized service centers,” said Brad
Mottier, vice president and general manager of GE Aviation’s business &
general aviation organisation. “In the last few years, GE Aviation has expanded
its network of authorised service centres to ensure we can meet the needs of
our growing customer base.”

“Duncan Aviation is pleased to provide customers with authorized service
for GE’s CF34-3 engines,” said Doug Alleman, engine and service sales manager
for Duncan Aviation. “We have a long history of working with GE and
supporting the Bombardier Challenger airframe. This authorisation is a welcome
extension of those services.”


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