AMAC Aerospace completes projects in Basel and Istanbul


AMAC Aerospace has performed a maintenance check on a VVIP BBJ777 at its facility in Basel, Switzerland (pictured). The project included heavy C checks, major cabin access and more than 10 engineering minor modifications in the cabin. It was delivered on time and within budget.

“AMAC was able to exceed customer expectations with good cooperation between the maintenance and engineering organizations leading to the customer’s entire satisfaction,” said Thomas Schlosser, sales and key account manager, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland.

In other news, AMAC Aerospace Turkey completed an EASy II upgrade on a Falcon 2000EX EASy aircraft in Istanbul, Turkey. AMAC Aerospace Turkey was assigned as a Dassault Falcon authorized service center in 2014. The work was performed “within the planned timeframe and budget by our technicians and engineers, who had significant experience and knowledge on similar modifications on other platforms,” said Necati Ergun, modification team leader and senior avionics technician of AMAC Aerospace Turkey.

February 5, 2016

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