Subscribe Free
in Maintenance

Wide-body maintenance ramps up at AMAC Aerospace in Basel

Posted 13 April 2017 · Add Comment

AMAC's four hangars are currently operating to full capacity with maintenance work packages on three Airbus A340s and one Boeing B777 and more wide-bodies as a B747-8i to be expected to enter the hangar doors later this year.

In addition, a new maintenance contract which includes a major C-Check package, a landing gear overhaul and interior refurbishment work such as the re-upholstery of the cabin seats and a new cabin carpet on an A330-200 aircraft has been signed by AMAC. The maintenance and refurbishment work on this wide-body will be carried out by AMAC Aerospace as of May this year.

“AMAC has become the MRO of choice when it comes to maintenance on wide-body aircraft. After only 10 years of existence, we have gained significance in the market and are acting now as an established partner in business aviation and are widely considered by private and head-of-state wide-body owners to perform maintenance on their aircraft.” said Bernd Schramm, Group chief operating officer, AMAC Aerospace.

 

 

* required field

Post a comment

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Baby booming…

As Saudi low-cost carrier, Flyadeal, approaches its first birthday, it is about to embark on a huge expansion programme, with a major order for new aircraft imminent. Alan Dron reports.

Emirates lands in Riyadh for National Day

Emirates yesterday operated a special one-off A380 service to Riyadh in celebration of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s 88th National Day.

Oman Air supports Oman Ministry of Tourism ahead of Moscow route launch

Oman Air lent its support to the Oman Ministry of Tourism as it hosted a special Omani themed workshop aimed at promoting the Sultanate’s tourism stakeholders, to celebrate the upcoming Moscow service in October.

Emirates introduces two new ice TV channels

Emirates has launched two new ice TV channels dedicated to promoting the wide range of activities in Dubai and the UAE.

Qatar Airways GCEO tours Boeing Factory in Everett

Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Akbar Al Baker, toured the Boeing factory in Everett, Washington on Tuesday 18 September with Boeing Commercial Airplanes President and Chief Executive Officer, Kevin McAllister.

Qatar trains focus on huge upgrade

A major new training establishment is to be built in Qatar, as part of the support structure for the Gulf nation’s forthcoming massive build-up in military aviation assets. Alan Dron reports.

DomainH_SK2808161118
See us at
ASDubai BT1004091018MEBAA BT1004121218MarrakechAirshow BT2507241018Istanbul Airshow BT22018BIAS BT271017161118Aviation Africa BT0607280219Cargo BT1004091018AIME19BTA3005120219GATM BT1004061118MAPS18_BT1207131118