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AMAC Aerospace wins new projects for 2020

Posted 10 January 2020 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has announced a successful re-delivery of a Boeing B737 on time. In addition, the headquarters of AMAC Aerospace in Basel has also been awarded with several new maintenance projects.

 

A Head of State will bring its two Airbus’ aircraft to undergo among others a cabin refurbishment.

AMAC Aerospace recently accomplished a project on a Boeing B737 and could re-deliver the aircraft on time. The aircraft underwent a full cabin interior refurbishment and, in addition, a heavy base maintenance has been carried out by AMAC’s skilled technicians. “AMAC performed to client’s fullest satisfaction in terms of quality and last minute design changes by the principal”, said Alexis Ott, director maintenance sales & key account management

Four new projects on Airbus’ aircraft

AMAC signed new contracts with Airbus’ aircraft. A Head of State will bring two Airbus’ aircraft to Basel, Switzerland. An Airbus A320 will have carried out a C-Check package, a KA-Band installation and a cabin interior refurbishment. AMAC will replace the seats and sofas in the A320. On the second aircraft, an Airbus A321, AMAC will undergo a D-Check, a landing gear overhaul and a partial cabin refurbishment. AMAC will also replace the carpet on the aircraft

At the beginning of January, a privately-owned Airbus A319 will enter AMAC’s hangar to undergo a 1A, 3A due maintenance check. By the end of January, AMAC will welcome an Airbus A319  1 of 2 to carry out a four month check, 1A check and a due maintenance. AMAC’s skilled technicians will perform an ADSB-Out installation on the privately-owned aircraft.

Base maintenance checks on a Bombardier aircraft

A contract for a 15 + 30-month check, a 500/750 hours check and a partial cabin refurbishment on a Bombardier Global 5000 has been signed and AMAC will welcome the privately-owned aircraft beginning of January.

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