Submitted by Diane Heiserman, Web Marketing
Duncan Aviation representatives stayed busy during EBACE 2013.
A week ago the 2013 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Switzerland, got underway with 460 exhibitors lining the halls of the Palexpo ready to meet and greet all the delegates attending the show. Duncan Aviation, in Stand #327, was among them.
According to Arjen Groeneveld, Duncan Aviation’s Regional Manager for Europe and Russia, because EBACE is the biggest show in Europe, it is very important that Duncan Aviation be at the show and have representatives on-site available to talk with customers. “Every year Duncan Aviation’s name recognition in the European business aviation market is more well-known than the year before. This is because, as a company, Duncan Aviation works hard to make the connections, offer the best value in aircraft maintenance and then follows through with the highest quality of work promised.”
Arjen goes on to say, “because the European business aviation market is so small, everyone knows and talks to others and passes along their opinions and critiques of who and where they did business, both good and bad.” Duncan Aviation has a good reputation in Europe and many customers have let us know how much they enjoy working with us.
Arjen had specific goals during the show to establish and strengthen relationships with European customers and business aircraft management companies by introducing them to Duncan Aviation’s representatives in attendance from from Battle Creek, Michigan, and Lincoln, Nebraska.
Interior Craftsmanship in Action
A Challenger interior mockup completed by Duncan Aviation on display at EBACE 2013.
During EBACE, Duncan Aviation was pleased to provide attendees with the opportunity to see some of the company’s interior craftsmanship and capabilities as Bombardier Aerospace unwrapped their Challenger 350, an upgraded Challenger 300 with a new wing, more powerful engines, larger windows and redesigned interior. The Challenger 350 aircraft mockup was completed by Duncan Aviation and was on display in Bombardier’s stand.
“Collaborating with Bombardier for the mockup display of its Challenger 350 aircraft was an honor,” says Mark Cote, Duncan Aviation’s Vice President of Completions and Modifications. “The aircraft promises to be an astounding addition to the Bombardier business aircraft line-up and we are pleased that we could help them share their vision with this beautifully completed interior mockup.”
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Diane Heiserman leads Duncan Aviation's blog, and attended EBACE 2013 in Geneva, Switzerland. She began her career in aviation in 2006.