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AMAC Aerospace awarded new maintenance checks

Posted 24 February 2020 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has been awarded with several new maintenance projects in Basel, Switzerland, and a successful re-delivery of a Boeing BBJ 737 on time.

A Head of State Gulfstream GV has arrived at AMAC for an annual inspection. In addition, a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 319 will arrive in April in Basel and will get installed a Ka-Band antenna.

AMAC Aerospace signed a new contract for a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 318. The ACJ 318 will arrive at AMAC in March and will undergo a 1A-, 2A-, 1C-, 2C- and 4C-check in Basel. An Airbus ACJ 319 will enter AMAC’s hangar beginning of March to undergo a 6-year-check. In conjunction AMAC Aerospace will install a Ka-Band with an already existing ‘STC’ (Supplemental Type Certificate), which has already been used for many other Airbus ACJ 319 aircraft.

The Swiss company has also welcomed a Gulfstream GV mid-January. The Head of State Gulfstream GV has undergone an annual inspection. In addition to that, AMAC will welcome a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 319 in Basel in April. AMAC Aerospace’s skilled technicians will install a Ka-Band antenna.

Three new projects on Boeing aircraft

AMAC Aerospace recently accomplished a six-month-check on a Boeing BBJ 737. The privately-owned aircraft arrived on short notice and has already been released on time last week. A Boeing BBJ 737 is currently in AMAC’s hangar in Basel to undergo a C2-check. In parallel, AMAC will perform a 96-month-check on the BBJ aircraft.

A privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737 is shortly expected at AMAC; a 1A- and 2A-check in conjunction with an ‘OOP’ (Out Of Phase) task will be performed.

AMAC welcomes Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft in Basel

A contract for a 15-month- and a 750-hours-check with miscellaneous AD’s (Airworthiness Directives) and SB’s (Service Bulletins) on a Bombardier Global 5000 has been signed. AMAC will welcome the privately-owned aircraft by end of February. A privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000 will arrive in May at AMAC to undergo a cabin refurbishment and a reconfiguration. Another privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000 has already arrived in Basel. AMAC will carry out a 500-/1000-hours-check on the aircraft.

AMAC Aerospace was also awarded with a new maintenance project on a Gulfstream aircraft: A privately-owned G550 has entered AMAC’s hangar at the beginning of February. AMAC will carry out a 1C-, 2C-, 3C-, 6C- and 72-month-check on the aircraft.

 

 

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