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Duncan Aviation Signs a Five-Year Contract With the Egyptian Air Force

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Egypt Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: Aviationpros

Duncan Aviation is pleased to announce the company has entered into a five-year direct contract agreement with the Egyptian Air Force (EAF) for aircraft maintenance services. Duncan Aviation has been managing the maintenance and repair of the EAF fleet of Falcon 20 aircraft since 1999. 

Duncan Aviation’s Manager of Government & Special Programs Dave Shipperbottom says the fact that the EAF has chosen to fly over closer maintenance companies and bring their aircraft to Duncan Aviation “reveals a lot about our relationship with them. All the technicians at the squadron level are great to work with. They know us and we know them. It is a good relationship.” 

The first EAF aircraft arrived at Duncan Aviation’s Lincoln, Nebraska, facility on October 20 for a Z-check. The next will arrive in November for a C-check, Major Corrosion Inspection and complete paint. 

For more information, visit Duncan Aviation at booth #N4910 during this year’s NBAA convention to be held Nov. 17-19 in Las Vegas, or watch for announcements at www.DuncanAviation.aero/nbaa. 



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