Congratulations to New Leaders at Duncan Aviation!
April 27, 2015
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  • Eric Timblin promoted to airframe interior team leader. Timblin joined Duncan Aviation in August 2000 as a parts runner, and moved to the Airframe Department in April 2004 as an airframe interior assistant. In this new role, Timblin will be responsible for managing all aspects of assigned aircraft projects and providing day-to-day leadership to his team. He will continue to be a leader in inspecting, servicing, repairing and troubleshooting aircraft, components, and systems in a safe and organized work area.

    Jared Gunderson promoted to avionics install team leader. Gunderson started in June 2003 at Duncan Aviation as an avionics modifications specialist II, and in January 2010 he was promoted to the crew leader position. In his new role, he will manage all aspects of assigned installation projects to ensure timeliness and quality. Gunderson will complete inspections, perform functional tests, complete all necessary paperwork and act as a mentor to fellow team members.

    Duncan Aviation, the largest family owned business aircraft service provider in the world, provides maintenance and services at facilities throughout the United States, including its headquarters in Lincoln, Neb. Other locations include Battle Creek and Kalamazoo, Mich.; Provo, Utah; 26 avionics satellites and eight Engine Rapid Response facilities. For more information about Duncan Aviation or if you are interested in joining our team, please visit or call +1 402.475.2611.