Duncan Aviation's Provo facility now offers interior SWAT services. Small things that can be fixed or improved while the aircraft is down for other work can mean a lot for the longevity and appearance of interior items. Here, Completions Spec I Alex Upah works on aircraft step tread

Three of Duncan Aviation’s three full-service facilities located in Lincoln, Nebraska, Battle Creek, Michigan, and Provo, Utah, now offer SWAT services.

SWAT stands for:

S—Survey aircraft interiors
W—Write prompt quotes
A—Artistically clean, touch-up, dye, correct
T—Transform appearance and functionality

The goal of the Duncan Aviation SWAT teams is to go through the aircraft and take care of the small items that are not part of the scheduled service, such as touching up paint, spot dying leather seats, and resewing curtain glides.

“We are excited to add the SWAT capabilities as part of this phase of our growth in Provo,” says Modification Manager Jeff Schipper. “We’ll continue to bolster our Modifications capabilities as our teams grow to meet the ever-increasing demand for modification services.”

According to Duncan Aviation, it developed these services years ago because SWAT is synonymous with preventative maintenance, helping an aircraft hold its value.

Although Duncan Aviation has had a presence at the Provo Municipal Airport since 2010, the company recently expanded its facilities to include multiple, state-of-the-art buildings and hangars to provide its West Coast customers with the same range of services available at the other full-service facilities, including paint, interior completions, avionics installations, engine overhaul and repair, and more.

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