Through a partnership with Dassault Falcon Jet, Duncan Aviation has developed Aviation Clean Air (ACA) Ionization STC packages for the French airframer’s 7X, 2000/2000EX, and 900/900EX business jets. These approvals also include EASy variants.

Duncan’s engineering and certification services team, using the MRO’s Organization Designation Authorization, has received FAA approval for the STCs. The team is now seeking approval from EASA, Transport Canada, and Brazil’s Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil for the STCs. The ACA system is designed for installation in an aircraft’s existing environmental control system to neutralize pathogens, including those that cause the flu and the common cold, and remove allergens and unpleasant odors.

“Our development of multiple STCs with PMA installation packages, along with the experience we’ve gained from numerous installations, makes Duncan Aviation an excellent choice for the installation or the source for the PMA packages that include the STC and all of the parts required for installation,” said Duncan completions/modifications manager Nate Klenke. Installation of the ACA system is available at Duncan’s three primary facilities in Lincoln, Nebraska; Battle Creek, Michigan; and Provo, Utah, as well as many of its satellite shops.

Earlier this year, Duncan announced plans to expand its ACA Ionization STC packages for multiple business jet types, including Bombardier Globals, Challenger 300/350s and 604s, as well as Gulfstream IVs.

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