Business aircraft maintenance and completions firm Duncan Aviation announced that it has joined the Robotic Skies network of service centers that provide certification, maintenance and repair for the emerging commercial unmanned aircraft fleet. Duncan adds 17 new locations throughout North America to the Robotic Skies network, raising the global footprint to more than 80 such service centers around the world.
“Duncan Aviation is considered an industry leader in the manned aviation maintenance world. The company is an authorized factory service center for nearly every major brand of business aircraft, avionics and engine on the market today,” said Robotic Skies president and CEO Brad Hayden. “Now Duncan Aviation will bring that same capability and professionalism that has made it so successful to the unmanned aircraft world.”
Duncan Aviation has “always been in the forefront of new industry trends,” said Don Fiedler, business development for avionics and instruments at Duncan. “We see a promising and growing future for unmanned aircraft systems, and we look forward to partnering with Robotic Skies to provide service and support to this emerging segment of commercial aviation.”
Robotic Skies said its customers range from high-performance multirotor and fixed-wing platform UAS manufacturers to optionally manned aircraft operators.
Source: AIN Online