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AMAC continues to deliver to MENA VVIP customers

Posted 14 November 2015 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has delivered another Global Express within a short ground time after a base maintenance check at the AMAC facility in Basel, Switzerland. The undisclosed head of state customer from the MENA region was said to be very pleased about the on time delivery of his Global Express.



A privately owned Airbus A319 from the region has been inducted for a heavy maintenance C- Check at the AMAC facility. in Basel, Switzerland. Various modifications on the SATCOM system as well as on the PIS (Passenger Information System) will be performed by AMAC Aerospace Switzerland AG. The contract was signed with an undisclosed customer based on a short ground time in order to meet the customer´s operational requirements.

AMAC  has also signed a new heavy base maintenance contract for a privately owned A330 with an undisclosed customer. The aircraft will be inducted by the end of this year. 

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