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West Star names Textron project manager for Chattanooga
Previously with Cessna and Garmin during a 25-year career so far, Craig Duncan is highly qualified to step up to Textron project manager.

West Star Aviation, the US business aviation MRO business, has appointed Craig Duncan as Textron project manager at its Lovell Field (CHA) facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Duncan has over 25 years of experience in aviation, previously working at Cessna and Garmin. He has an A&P licence and an associate's degree in Aeronautics, while currently pursuing his bachelor's degree in Aviation studies at LeTourneau University.

“We are delighted to have Craig join the West Star team. His collective skills and expertise will benefit the department and our customers,” says Steve Goede, general manager (CHA).

“I am excited about the new project manager opportunity with West Star and will draw on my previous technical and customer relations techniques to offer the best experience for each customer,” adds Duncan.

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