Honeywell Aerospace has extended its engine service authorizations by designating Duncan Aviation’s Provo, Utah maintenance facility as a Honeywell AS907 (HTF7000) line service center. Duncan Aviation invested in training and tooling to gain the authorization, it said.
“The Provo engine line has a team of factory-trained technicians to perform engine removals and installations, line-level inspections, maintenance, and repair, and service bulletins,” said Duncan Aviation Provo engine line assistant manager Eric Sorensen. “We have the tooling and spare parts to perform fan balancing and gearbox seal replacement, among other maintenance tasks.”
As a result of the new authorization, Duncan will file MSP warranty claims for program customers receiving AS907 line service maintenance at the Provo facility. Honeywell AS907-series engines are in service on a number of super-midsize business jets, including the Bombardier Challenger 300/350, Gulfstream 280, Embraer Legacy 450/500 and Praetor 500/600, and Cessna Citation Longitude.