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Re-delivery of Boeing B777-200LR after VVIP completion

Posted 26 July 2017 · Add Comment

A wide body A340-200 has successfully been returned to service after an extensive Maintenance input at AMAC Aerospace, Basel, Switzerland.

 

A head of state Airbus A340-200 VVIP aircraft was redelivered to AMAC’s esteemed client after a 12-year base maintenance inspection. The base maintenance check was the heaviest maintenance check ever carried out at AMAC’s facility in Basel, Switzerland.

It accrued over 22’000 man-hours of maintenance work and over 10’000 hours of production shop work for full cabin refurbishment work, which was performed in parallel to the maintenance check, implantation of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins and a landing gear overhaul.

AMAC has also announced six returns to service after extensive maintenance input.

Successful re-delivery of a Boeing B777-200LR after VVIP Completion

This VVIP wide-body completion project has been delivered on time after a downtime of 20 months to AMAC’s esteemed customer. State-of-the-art technology systems, high-end inflight entertainment systems including large monitors, the latest generation of soundproofing, RGB mood lighting as well as customized artwork has been installed by AMAC. The nose-to-tail VVIP cabin is decorated with the highest levels of custom furniture, monuments and exotic material. As per request of AMAC’s esteemed customer, the cabin has extensive lounge areas and dedicated areas for entertainment.

“We are all proud to have our third VVIP B777 Completion project returned to service since the establishment of AMAC ten years ago. And we are thankful that our esteemed customer recognizes the level of details, the commitment, the efforts and the highest quality standards coming from our skilled teams within AMAC Aerospace” said Bernd Schramm, Group Chief Operating Officer, AMAC Aerospace.

Wide body B747-8i successfully returned to service after an extensive Maintenance input

A head of state Boeing B747-8i VVIP aircraft was redelivered to our esteemed client after a 24- month inspection. Maintenance checks were performed along with Service Bulletins among which heavy modifications were required to fully remove all flaps for a center bearing rework. During the input, a number of cabin items were carried out to fulfil the customers’ high expectations to have a new cabin appearance of his VVIP flagship.

 

 

 

Successful return to service of Boeing BBJ (737) - I

A private owner from Southern Asia has had a successful return to service from their Boeing BBJ (737). AMAC Aerospace inducted a ‘N’ registered BBJ to undergo base maintenance work and cabin interior repairs, which were completed on time and on budget. Mr. Alexis Ott, Senior Sales & Key Account Manager, stated, “We were especially happy to see this aircraft return to service after a short input at our facility. Although we are new in working on ‘N’ registered aircraft, the work type is not vastly different from any other daily operation we have at our facility and our esteemed client was delighted to have his aircraft back in operation”.

Successful return to service of Boeing BBJ (737) - II

A private owner from Asia has had a successful return to service for their Boeing BBJ (737). AMAC Aerospace successfully performed a base maintenance input, which was completed on time and on budget. Alexis Ott, Senior Sales & Key Account Manager, said: “We were especially happy to see this aircraft return to service after a short input at our facility, Basel, Switzerland”.

Wide body A330successfully returned to service

AMAC Aerospace inducted an A330 for a Head of State from the Middle East. The annual base maintenance was carried out successfully and attests to our commitment in working with the best clients with the best aircraft.

Gulfstream GIV returned to service on time and on budget

A Middle East client brought their Gulfstream GIV to Basel, Switzerland for an annual base maintenance input.  Part of the input saw the maintenance carried out as with major structural repairs.  The maintenance team worked to ensure there were no delay whilst simultaneously completing the structural repair damage.

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