Duncan Aviation’s Utah FBO receives IS-BAH Stage I accreditation

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Duncan Aviation’s Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul facility in Provo, Utah, has received Stage I accreditation from the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH).

The Duncan facility in Provo is only the second Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in the USA to have earned this accreditation. The first was the full-service Duncan Aviation facility in Lincoln, Nebraska.

“Duncan Aviation in Provo is one of the very few large MROs to achieve IS-BAH accreditation. It’s challenging to achieve this level of quality for a Fixed Base Operator that is only a few months old,” said Provo FBO manager Bob Cornett.

Having recently opened three new hangars to fully support business aircraft on the West Coast, the Duncan Aviation facility in Provo includes airframe and engine maintenance, exterior paint, interior refurbishment, avionics installations, component repair and parts services and also provides aircraft fueling, ground handling and storage.

Duncan Aviation’s line service amenities include office space, conference rooms, a pilot lounge, advanced weather planning and a café service. Customers can also receive de-ice/pre-heat, baggage handling, on-site rental cars/courtesy cars, on-site fitness facilities, corporate hotel rates, quick turn service and NATA safety 1st certified representatives.

IS-BAH, developed by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), is a set of global industry best practices for business aviation ground handlers that features a safety management system as its core.

This international accreditation certifies that the Duncan Aviation Safety Management System followed by the facility in Provo has been recognized and certified as meeting all international standards to promote and provide safe environments for customers and workers.

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