Duncan Aviation’s FBOs achieve Safety 1st Clean Standard

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Duncan Aviation’s  FBOs in Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, Michigan, Lincoln, Nebraska and Provo, Utah, have achieved the  National Air Transportation Association’s Safety 1st Clean Standard.

The Safety 1st  Clean Standard is an infectious disease response cleaning standard for FBOs developed by the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) safety committee and its Covid-19 task force to provide general guidance, cleaning, disinfecting, and facility operations in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Lincoln FBO services manager, Troy Hyberger said, “We want our customers and team members to know that we are holding ourselves to the highest health standard in order to keep everyone safe.”

The Safety 1st Clean standard relies upon industry expertise, the latest operational best practices, and government agency guidance to safeguard business aviation personnel, corporate assets, and the general flying public.

Duncan Aviation’s Line Service amenities include office space, conference rooms, pilot’s lounge, advanced weather planning, and café service. Customers can also receive de-ice / pre-heat, GPU starts with fuel, baggage handling, on-site rental cars/courtesy cars, on-site fitness facilities, corporate hotel rates, Quick Turn service, and NATA Safety 1st Certified Representatives. All four facilities are also Stage I or Stage II IS-BAH certified.

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