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Duncan granted MRO authority by Embraer

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Source: FlyCorporate

Duncan Aviation has been granted base maintenance authorization on Embraer Legacy 450 and 500 aircraft, allowing the company to offer full maintenance support and service for all scheduled maintenance events on these aircraft models.

“We’re delighted that an OEM of Embraer Executive Jets’ stature in the industry has chosen Duncan Aviation as a base maintenance facility, and we’re quite pleased to offer expanded services to our Embraer customers,” Duncan Aviation CEO Todd Duncan says. “As more and more of our customers buy Legacy 450 and 500 aircraft, it’s an added convenience that we can now do base level maintenance at our Lincoln, Neb. facility.”

Duncan Aviation has performed line maintenance on Legacy 500 aircraft.

“The Legacy 450 and 500 are impressive and sophisticated aircraft,” Duncan Aviation Embraer Technical Specialist Brad Kluthe says. “We are excited to have the base maintenance endorsement from Embraer that will allow us to expand our capabilities on these aircraft.”



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