Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2016-2017 - Cover4
You asked. We acted.
Business aircraft operators have always wanted the best
in safety and efficiency. It was no different in the 1960s.
As new cockpit and system technology emerged, those
who had purchased Bonanzas, King Airs, Barons and even
Learjets without it were interested in having their aircraft
upgraded. Donald Duncan operated Duncan Aviation, an
aircraft sales and support facility in Lincoln, Nebraska. He
listened to their wishes. And in 1966, he acted by hiring
Don Fiedler, an electronics engineer, as the company's
17th employee. His job was to install and repair avionics
equipment for a variety of business aircraft.
Decades later, Duncan Aviation is still providing
operators with the best in avionics and instrument repair
and avionics upgrades. And we still take our founder's cue.
We listen to customer wishes and respond by developing
and providing experience, unlike any other.
Experience. Unlike any other.
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