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Duncan Sees Increase in Demand for Canadian Connectivity

By Woodrow Bellamy III  | April 28, 2014
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[Avionics Today April 28, 2014] Duncan Aviation’s avionics team has seen an increase in demand for in-flight connectivity systems for Canadian-registered aircraft in early 2014. 

The Lincoln, Neb.-based aviation Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) provider says the increased demand began after Aircell’s announcement to begin deploying its Gogo Biz in-flight Internet and voice service over portions of Canada. Since the announcement, Duncan earned Canadian validation for 11 different business jets, including the Bombardier Learjet 45, Dassault Falcon 900EX and the Embraer 505 Phenom. 

“Wi-Fi is an essential tool for the business aviation community,” said Steve Elofson, a Duncan Aviation avionics installation sales rep.  “Our team worked diligently to validate STCs for a wide variety of aircraft to meet our customers’ needs immediately.” 

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