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AMAC receives two Head of State aircraft

Posted 2 November 2020 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has received two Head of State aircraft at its facility in Basel, Switzerland.

 

 

The McDonnell Douglas MD-87 is waiting at Hangar 2 to get the systems upgraded.  Image:  AMAC

 

The company recently welcomed a Head of State McDonnell Douglas MD-87 where the company will install a new generation of the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) and a Flight Data Recorder (FDR) system. In addition, the Head of State aircraft will undergo multiple C-checks and a landing gear overhaul. 

 

A second Head of State aircraft - a Boeing B747-8, has also been received and will undergo a C-check.

 

AMAC has also been selected to carry out maintenance checks on several Airbus, Bombardier and Boeing aircraft and offers cabin disinfection services for any aircraft type.

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