Source One Aircraft Repair (SOAR), an aftermarket leader in AOG and Field Repair Services, has added Duncan Aviation, an FAA CRS/OS certified aircraft service provider for business and government operators, to the SOAR Network for AOG and Heavy Repair Services globally.
“We are pleased to include Duncan Aviation as part of our comprehensive network,” stated Jim Jijawi, managing director of SOAR. “Alongside Duncan we efficiently and economically provide AOG services for business aircraft such as Bombardier, Falcon, Gulfstream, Hawker, Embraer, Learjet and much more.” The renewable cooperative working agreement between SOAR and Duncan Aviation creates a globally positioned dedicated partnership to bring aircraft operators, owners and insurance providers responsive aftermarket field service.
SOAR is the single most experienced provider of AOG Field Services such as Recovery and Repair, apart from the aircraft OEMs. Its core team possesses decades of field experience, such as evaluation, recovery, repair and modification, gained from McDonnell Douglas Recovery and Modification Services (RAMS) and Boeing AOG organizations.
Duncan Aviation’s comprehensive services encompass most major makes and models of business aircraft in operation today. Its team is amongst the most experienced in the industry, and the quality of Duncan Aviation is among the best in the world. Its complete service facilities are located in Lincoln, Nebraska, and Battle Creek, Michigan. Additional locations include a maintenance facility in Provo, Utah, more than 20 satellite avionics facilities and eight engines Rapid Response Team launch offices strategically located for worldwide support.
Together, the two companies say they can quickly and more affordably dispatch teams, with distinct core capabilities such as business aircraft, to AOG Incidents globally.