Duncan Aviation doubles size of Teterboro repair station


Duncan Aviation has expanded the size of its avionics satellite facility at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, USA, by moving to a 14,000ft² facility in the Landmark Aviation FBO at the airport.

“This expansion represents the health of our business and the optimism we feel for growth now and in the future,” said manager of satellite operations, Matt Nelson, of the new repair station. “It also means we’re planning to see a significant increase in our daily offerings, including wi-fi, ADS-B and FANS installations and WAAS/LPV upgrades.”

The company is also looking to hire two more qualified technicians to work the second shift (3:30pm-11:00pm) to better accommodate the needs of Duncan Aviation’s customers at the airport. As the busiest corporate airport in the USA, Teterboro serves a number of transient customers – drop-in customers from outside of the USA whose schedules often have them arriving early in the morning or late at night.

Regardless of when they arrive or who the customers are, they often need avionics support and staffing a second shift will help the Duncan Aviation Teterboro facility better meet all customers’ needs.

“The new space lets us work more efficiently and it’s also intended to accommodate future growth,” said Jeff Glanville, manager of the facility. “We’re busy now, and as we add evening and weekend shifts, we’ll be in a better position to meet our customers’ needs. The additional space we’ve gained will let us meet future demands as well.”

November 2, 2015

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