Duncan Aviation’s Satellite Avionics shops in Denver, Colorado, and Austin and Dallas, Texas, recently received certification from Mexico’s Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (DGAC), which is the civil aviation authority for Mexico.
This certification allows the Duncan Aviation shops in Denver, Austin, and Dallas to expand their avionics services for customers with aircraft based in Mexico.
“We’re proud to secure these authorizations because they let our customers from Mexico know that we are committed to and respectful of their processes and procedures,” says Duncan Aviation’s Manager of Satellite Operations Matt Nelson. “We’ve had several requests from customers with aircraft based in Mexico, and we anticipate that will only increase, especially with the upcoming ADS-B mandate.”
The Denver shop has been on the ramp at the Centennial Airport in Englewood for 16 years. It’s located at 7375 South Peoria Street and serves as home to both the avionics repair team and the Engine Rapid Response Team (RRT).
The facility in Dallas is one of Duncan Aviation’s longest-running Satellite Avionics Shops, and it has a new manager, Bryan Davis, for the first time in its 30-year history. The Dallas shop opened on September 11, 1988, and is located on the Dallas Love Field Airport at 8611 Lemmon Avenue, Building R, Suite 101.
The Duncan Aviation Avionics Satellite shop in Austin is located in the Atlantic Aviation hangar at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport at 4309 Emma Browning Avenue in Hangar 6.
It is important to Duncan Aviation to be able to provide service to all of its customers, regardless of location. The Satellite shops in Denver, Austin and Dallas join those in Scottsdale, Arizona; Van Nuys, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Houston, Texas; as Duncan Aviation Satellite avionics facilities with DGAC certification.
Duncan Aviation locations hold certificates for 10 additional civil aviation authorities around the world. The Battle Creek, Michigan, facility has authorizations for Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), and Mexico. The Lincoln, Nebraska, facility has certifications for Argentina, Aruba, Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, China, EASA, Mexico, Venezuela, and India. The Provo facility has certificates for Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, EASA, and Mexico.