In the midst of a full schedule and the holiday season, Duncan Aviation's team at its Houston satellite shop packed up its tools, equipment and crew and moved into a newly constructed hangar at Wilson Air Center at the William P. Hobby International airport in Houston, Texas. “This new hangar gives our team at the Houston satellite three times the space and twice the hangar door height as our previous space,” says manager of Duncan Aviation's satellite operations Matt Nelson. “This means we can bring customers' aircraft inside the hangar, and we can work on everything up to a Gulfstream G650 in there now.”
Since part of the team moved earlier this year, the team has been divided between the old hangar and the new. This new space not only reunites the entire team in one facility, but also provides ramp access to Duncan Aviation customers at the Hobby International airport.
“The Houston satellite shop is Duncan Aviation's oldest satellite, having been the first established in the area in 1985. The team, which has grown in both size and technical capability since then, is excited to be more accessible to our customers,” Nelson explains.