As the January 2020 ADS-B deadline gets closer every day, the questions keep pouring in. At Duncan Aviation, it is our goal to provide operators with the most accurate information in a clear, concise manner and to answer their most pressing questions.
Mark Francetic, a regional avionics sales manager with Duncan Aviation, will be doing just that at the Aircraft Electronics Association's (AEA's) 58th Annual International Convention and Trade Show being held April 8-11 in Dallas.
Francetic will give a presentation at 8 a.m. on Friday, April 10, where he will present useful, practical information about not only the technology but also precisely what equipment operators need to outfit and/or retrofit aircraft to comply with the mandates stipulated in the rapidly approaching 2020 deadline
Experience. In Action.
In addition to Francetic's class, Duncan Aviation will be educating and assisting attendees at the show in the company's booth at #411/510. Back by popular demand, Duncan Aviation's four Avionics and Instrument Tech Reps, Curt Campbell, Dan Magnus, Scott McKenzie and Larry Troyer, will be fielding live technical troubleshooting questions on-site during open Exhibit Hall hours.
They will be answering emails and phone calls from operators in the field and will be available for one-on-one consultation with AEA show attendees. Attendees with avionics questions or who need troubleshooting assistance should make a point of stopping by Duncan Aviation's booth to talk with them and other Duncan Aviation representatives.
To learn more about Duncan Aviation's avionics and instrument repairs services, visitwww.duncanaviation.aero/parts/avionics_instruments.php.
NextGen Mandate Timeline
Transitioning the safety of the skies from ground-based tracking systems to satellite-based systems of air traffic control requires new standards and upgraded avionics equipment.Check our timeline to see what mandates may apply to your aircraft and when.