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AMAC Aerospace: Expertise for connectivity and craftmanship in high demand

Posted 29 March 2019 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has successfully installed a KA-Band on a BBJ Boeing B737-800. A Head of State ACJ Airbus A319 is shortly expected in Basel and will undergo a cabin refurbishment and reconfiguration.


Eric Hoegen, director completion sales and key account management, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland said: “The KA Band Antenna is in high demand as it provides full connectivity on board all aircraft. As previously announced, AMAC Aerospace has been awarded as the ‘Channel Partner Awards’ from Honeywell as its key partner for the Jet Wave flagship product. AMAC Aerospace Basel, Switzerland, will open its hangar doors in the coming months for a series of aircraft projects, to provide a superior onboard connectivity with the KA-Band solution.

“AMAC Aerospace will welcome an ACJ Airbus A319 in Basel, Switzerland, for a cabin refurbishment and a partial cabin reconfiguration. Our team will install a novel VIP bedroom in the Head of State’s aircraft. A partial cabin reconfiguration will be carried out and AMAC Aerospace will replace all business class seats in the Airbus with new ones.”

In addition to the cabin refurbishment and reconfiguration AMAC Aerospace is going perform a C4-Check.

“We are very proud to have been awarded a project of this magnitude from a long-term customer. Our teams are really looking forward to this ACJ319 modification. Having been selected shows the Customer’s appreciation for our engineering and workmanship quality that lead us over the last years to become the leading completion center for large VIP aircraft.” said Hoegen.

 

 

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