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AMAC Aerospace welcomes new customers in Basel

Posted 14 October 2019 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has completed several maintenance projects and to have signed new maintenance contracts.

 

In September, several Boeing BBJ 737 were undergoing A, B and C-Checks. Furthermore, requests for AOG support were successfully organized within 24 hours. A Head of State Boeing B747 will undergo a cabin interior enhancement and a cabin modification. For the first time, AMAC Aerospace participated in the MEBAA Show in Marrakech, Morocco.

Several new contracts and projects were awarded to the Group of Companies, headquartered in Basel, Switzerland.

A highlight was the MEBAA Morocco exhibition, which took place from the 25th to the 26th of September 2019. AMAC Aerospace exhibited the first time at the show in Marrakech. The MEBAA Show is the leading business aviation platform for the Middle East & North Africa which allows exhibitors as well as visitors to access the business aviation market.

“AMAC Aerospace were present during MEBAA Morocco 2019, where we promoted our aviation related services and products as a Group of Companies. We hope the show attracts more prospects for the future as with industry world renowned companies to promote their speciality activities. We would like to thank MEBAA Morocco for hosting us, Mr. Ali al Naqbi for his time and support and the show management group who kept their standards high like in Dubai”, said Waleed Muhiddin, director of business development and marketing.

Several new contracts signed 

AMAC Aerospace secured a contract with an Airbus ACJ 340 for a 6-year inspection. The Head of State Airbus ACJ 340 will arrive at AMAC Aerospace in November 2019. Besides the 6-year inspection, AMAC Aerospace will carry out a full cabin removal and rectification. With a developed STC, AMAC will install a KA-Band system on the VIP Airbus ACJ 340. This STC will be re-usable for other ACJ 340-customers.

A second maintenance contract has been signed for another Airbus ACJ 340. The Head of State Airbus ACJ 340 arrived in September in Basel, Switzerland. AMAC’s skilled technicians will carry out a 12-year inspection and in conjunction the aircraft will undergo a landing gear overhaul

The company has welcomed a new customer at AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland. The Boeing BBJ 737 arrived beginning of September and is undergoing a C-Check.  AMAC’s experienced technicians will install an ‘ADS-B Out’ (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) on the new clients’ Boeing BBJ 737.

For a second Boeing BBJ 737 a contract for a C-Check maintenance package was signed. The privately-owned aircraft arrived beginning of September in Basel, Switzerland.

A Head of State client has signed a contract with AMAC Aerospace for two base maintenance checks; one on its Airbus ACJ 319 and a second base maintenance check on its Airbus ACJ 320. The first Airbus will arrive in October 2019.

AMAC Aerospace has been awarded an annual base maintenance check on a Head of State McDonnell Douglas MD-87 which already arrived in Basel, Switzerland.

High season for maintenance projects

On privately-owned Boeing B737, AMAC’s skilled technician are performing a due maintenance, a B2 check and an OOP (Out of Phase) task. The privately-owned aircraft arrived already in August, Basel, Switzerland.

Another privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737 will undergo a base maintenance check.

A Gulfstream GV arrived beginning of September. AMAC Aerospace

is carrying out an A1 and a C1 check on the privately-owned aircraft.

At the same time, AMAC Aerospace hangar doors opened for a privately-owned Gulfstream G450, which is undergoing an annual maintenance check.

On another privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737, AMAC’s Boeing team is performing an A1, B2 and A2 check.

AMAC Aerospace started with a due maintenance check on a Boeing B737 from a new client. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo, besides a due maintenance, an A1, A2, B1 and an OOP task.

AMAC Aerospace welcomed a Challenger 350 in Basel, Switzerland. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo a due maintenance package.

Another privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737 will undergo a due maintenance check and a B1 check.

AMAC Aerospace can also report to have signed a contract for an Airbus A319. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo a 6, 18, 36-month check and an OOP task.

On a Global 5000, AMAC Aerospace shall perform a 60-month inspection. The privately-owned Bombardier aircraft will arrive in November in Basel, Switzerland.

A Head of State customer has confirmed once again his trust in AMAC Aerospace and brought his Gulfstream G550 to Basel for an annual check.

Modifications and completion projects

AMAC Aerospace will install a full cabin lightening on a Gulfstream GIV. In the privately-owned GIV the entire lightening will be replaced with a new LED system.

AMAC Aerospace could assert itself against its competitors again; a new customer signed a contract with AMAC Aerospace in Basel. The Head of State Boeing BBJ 747 will undergo a cabin interior enhancement and a cabin modification. In conjunction, AMAC Aerospace will perform a base maintenance check on the Boeing BBJ 747.

Requests for AOS support rising

A new request for an AOG support on a Gulfstream G550 was also successfully met – the engineers were able to send a team to Portugal within 24 hours.

A third request for an AOG support was successfully met. AMAC was able to set up a team within 24 hours, which travelled to Munich, Germany for the AOG support on an Airbus ACJ 340. “AMAC Aerospace is known for its fast reaction on AOG support. It is important to us that we can quickly arrange a qualified team to service the aircraft outside Basel.” said Alexis Ott, director maintenance sales & key account management.

Successful re-deliveries

AMAC Aerospace was able to redeliver three aircrafts:

A Head of State Bombardier Challenger 605 was re-delivered after an intensive work package within a reduced ground time to AMAC’s customer’s fullest satisfaction.

A Boeing BBJ 747 was successfully re-delivered on time after a base maintenance check. The Head of State aircraft left AMAC’s facility to customer’s fullest satisfaction.

And finally, a Boeing BBJ 737 from Asia was successfully re-delivered. After a heavy base maintenance check and an ‘ADS-B Out’ modification, AMAC’s project supervisor were able to release the aircraft within a reduced ground time.

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