India extends Duncan Aviation maintenance approvals

Duncan Aviation NBAA 2013

Duncan Aviation's exhibition at NBAA 2013 (Photo: Alex Andrews).

India’s Director General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) has extended its approval for Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln Nebraska, Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) facility.

The extension of the approvals mean that Duncan Aviation can perform work on Indian registered business jets until the end of 2015, after which the company will look to extend the approvals again.

“Duncan Aviation continually evaluates its certifications and is constantly communicating with customers and prospects around the world to secure new and maintain current certifications when it makes sense to do so,” said Chris VanderWeide, chief inspector of international airworthiness.

Along with Lincoln Nebraska, Duncan Aviation also operates a full service MRO facility in Battle Creek Michigan, and 28 smaller locations around the United States that can quickly respond to Aircraft on Ground (AOG) situations.