Duncan Aviation has partnered with Rockwell Collins to install the Pro Line Fusion flight deck upgrade and  on Cessna Citation CJ3 aircraft.

It recently completed five cabin designs for owner-flown aircraft. The designs pair light, airy colors that make the cabin appear more spacious and open with darker, complementary carpeting and lower sidewalls, the company said.

Duncan is also working on six external paint schemes for the CJ3.

Duncan Aviation also has partnered with Gogo Business Aviation to become an exclusive AOG (aircraft-on-ground) service provider to support Gogo customers in March.

Since then, Duncan has provided about 15% of the spare parts to Gogo’s customer base through the AOG program. It also has tapped into its own inventory to help non-program customers with the parts needed to restore connectivity.

Most of the calls it has received are from Part 91 operators, who rely on Gogo systems to keep passengers connected.

“This is relevant because requests are not from operators who require the system to comply with Part 135 maintenance requirements,” said Matt Nelson, manager of Duncan Aviation’s Avionics Satellite Network. “Instead, the majority of the calls have been to help operators keep customers happy and connected... People don’t want to fly without it.”