Duncan Aviation completes 3,200 hour check on Challenger 300


The first 3,200 hour check on a Challenger 300 executive jet done by company

Duncan Aviation has announced the completion
of a 3,200 hour airframe inspection on a Challenger 300. This inspection was
the first 3,200 hour inspection performed by Duncan Aviation and one of only a
handful completed industry-wide.

Randal Arnone, director of maintenance with
International Jet, the operator of the Challenger 300, had this to say: “I was
very impressed with the knowledge, enthusiasm and sense of pride that the
entire crew exhibited.” This was International Jet’s first trip to Duncan
Aviation with their Challenger 300 and Arnone said they look forward to
returning in the future.

Airframe team leader Ryan Huss has lead his
Challenger team since 2007. In regards to their recent accomplishment on the
Challenger 300, he said, “The pre-planning involved with the team members and
their excitement to gain more in-depth knowledge into the aircraft and its
systems led to the project’s success. lead mechanic Tim Renner had the project
milestones laid out and the team took full ownership and made sure everything
exceeded Duncan Aviation’s standards and the customer’s expectations.”