AMAC Aerospace’s recent contract wins include a multiple C-check package on a privately owned ACJ330, and an annual maintenance check on a privately owned BBJ 737-700. Both projects will be fulfilled at AMAC’s facility in Basel, Switzerland. The latter will arrive in the first quarter of 2018.
The company recently completed maintenance on two narrow-bodies – carrying out a 12-year check and a partial cabin refurbishment on one of the head-of-state aircraft, and an annual check on the other.
“The work schedules were very tight and we are very proud that we could return both aircraft to service ahead of schedule,” said Alexis Ott, director of maintenance sales and key account management at AMAC Aerospace.
AMAC is also launching its name in the airline market with a maintenance contract for Tailwind Airlines’ Boeing 737-400 fleet.
The first aircraft arrived at the company’s facility in Bodrum, Turkey, in early February 2018, to undergo a C13 check, which involves removing the cabin and the cargo bay liners. The company is working to complete the work in 20 working days.
February 21, 2018