Lincoln, Nebraska-based MRO Duncan Aviation is beefing up its Bombardier aircraft troubleshooting and technical support capabilities by adding two more members to its team that specializes in the Canadian-built business jets. Trevor Bartlett will provide support to Challenger 300-series and Learjet customers, while Max McElroy will assist Global and Challenger 600-series owners.

They join Todd Shriner, who has been with Duncan’s Bombardier program since 2007 and a technical rep since 2019. Duncan’s three primary facilities—in Lincoln; Battle Creek, Michigan; and Provo, Utah—are Bombardier-authorized service facilities for all Learjet and Challenger models, as well as the Global Express, XRS, 5000, 5500, 6000, and 6500.

Also, Duncan Aviation Component Services has added to its bilingual customer service and sales team in Lincoln that supports parts and rotables customers in Mexico, Central, and South America. The team includes Matthews Pastor, Christian Avelino, Erika Jimenez Johnson, and Alexander Menjivar-Valverde.


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