Duncan Aviation Installs Its Fifth Garmin G5000

posted on 7th October 2021 by Eddie Saunders
Duncan Aviation Installs Its Fifth Garmin G5000

Duncan Aviation has announced its Satellite facility in St. Paul, Minn., recently installed its third—the company’s fifth–Garmin G5000 integrated flight deck in a customer’s Citation Excel aircraft.

After removing the entire cockpit, the crew in St. Paul installed the G5000, which includes bright, high-resolution, color displays, touchscreen interfaces with audible feedback, Automatic Flight Guidance and Control Systems, GPS, Synthetic Vision System (SVS), and real-time weather, chart, traffic, and terrain information on the large moving maps that provide pilots with a great deal of situational awareness.  

“The customer selected our facility because of our competitive downtime and the high level of experience of our technicians,”  says Manager of the Duncan Aviation St. Paul Satellite Tom Lieser.  

The customer operates other Citation XLS aircraft equipped with the Garmin G5000 and wanted this aircraft to match the rest of their fleet and take advantage of all the benefits the G5000 system has to offer. 

“It’s great to be able to offer operators an avionics system that equips the airplane with the latest avionics components,” says Duncan Aviation’s Regional Avionics Sales Manager Michael Kussatz.

“The Garmin G5000 is a fully integrated avionics package that features less cluttered instrumentation while simultaneously giving pilots a great deal more situational awareness of their environment.” 

“We continue to augment our team here in St. Paul with technicians from our national Satellite network and from the full-service facility in Lincoln, Neb.,” says Lieser.

“With each installation, our technicians gain more experience on these large and complex installations.”