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Boeing B747 has entered AMACís facility in Basel

Posted 11 January 2019 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has announced that a Boeing B747 entered AMACís facility at the end of December.

 The Head of State aircraft will undergo a heavy base maintenance input and several service bulletins. Several minor modifications will be performed in parallel in the VIP cabin. 

In addition to that, a private owned Airbus A340-200 has been delivered on time for a short challenging input. A base maintenance check has been performed within a challenging three weeks down-time, to our customer’s full satisfaction.

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