Duncan Aviation opens Long Beach maintenance base
Duncan Aviation opens its tenth engine rapid response location at the Long Beach Airport in California.
Duncan Aviation, a provider of MRO services for business aircraft, has opened its 10th Engine Rapid Response Location in the West Coast Aircraft Maintenance facility at Long Beach Airport to support customers in Southern California.
The company has based Joe Stubbs, a Duncan Aviation engine technician, at the site.
James Prater, Duncan Aviation turbine engine services manager in Lincoln, Nebraska, says: “Joe is the perfect fit to establish our base in southern California. His vast knowledge and experience across all engine and aircraft models makes him a huge resource for this region.”
The new location will compliment Duncan Aviation’s existing engine rapid response teams in Scottsdale, Arizona and Seattle, Washington.
Alfredo Garcia, general manager of West Coast Aircraft Maintenance, said: “Duncan Aviation delivers solid, reliable service. We are happy to have Duncan Aviation on-site to take care of all of our customers’ engine inspections from start to finish.”
“Since Duncan Aviation has set down roots in Long Beach, the company’s quality work and dedication are now available without delay. This is excellent for West Coast as well as for everyone located at Long Beach Airport,” Garcia added.