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Bombardier jets gain MRO options in Michigan, Nebraska and Utah
An agreement has been signed with Bombardier which will allow Duncan Aviation the ability to perform warranty work in the form of service bulletins or new aircraft warranty for the approved models.
The Learjet, Challenger, Global 5000/5500 and Global 6000/6500 models will receive additional support from Duncan MRO's in Michigan, Nebraska and Utah.

Duncan Aviation has signed a service facility authorisation agreement with Bombardier which will gives it authorised service facility status for all Learjet, Challenger, Global 5000/5500 and Global 6000/6500 models at its MRO locations in Battle Creek, Michigan; Lincoln, Nebraska; and Provo, Utah.

The agreement will allow Duncan the ability to perform warranty work in the form of service bulletins or new aircraft warranty for the approved models.

“The renewal of our authorisation and addition of the new models are a testament to the strong business relationship between Duncan Aviation and Bombardier,” says Ryan Huss, vice president of sales for Duncan Aviation. “The two companies have worked together at many levels to provide operators with top-notch support options for their maintenance and modifications.”

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