Duncan Aviation's facility in Lincoln, Nebraska has been appointed as a Designated Overhaul Facility for the MRO of Pratt & Whitney Canada's PW300 and PW500 turbofan engines that will become operational over the next two years, namely the PW305A, PW305B, PW306A, PW306C, PW307A, PW307D, PW308A, PW308C, PW530A, PW535A, PW535B, PW535E, PW545A, PW545B, PW545C.
“As our fleet of engines increases, we are taking proactive steps to ensure that we have fully operational MRO capabilities in place when and where our customers need them,” says P&WC vice president for customer service Irene Makris. “Duncan Aviation has extensive experience in the line maintenance and hot section inspection of both our PW300 and PW500 engines. Stepping into the official MRO role for these two engine families is the logical extension of our long-standing relationship with its team.”
“Our company was founded in 1956 and over the years we have expanded our business to offer a full portfolio of services to the business aviation community,” adds Duncan president Jeff Lake. “Our Lincoln team is delighted to provide MRO services to Pratt & Whitney Canada engine customers flying PW300 and PW500 engine models.”
P&WC has an extensive global service network with a comprehensive MRO portfolio for its engines. The P&WC global service network consists of company-owned maintenance and MRO shops, Designated Maintenance Facilities that provide line maintenance and mobile repair team services, Designated Overhaul Facilities that provide MRO services, and Approved Repair Facilities that maintain auxiliary power units. These facilities number more than 50 and are strategically located in 25 countries.