AMAC Aerospace signs contracts for two new projects


AMAC Aerospace has signed two new contracts.

One of these will see the company’s facility in Basel, Switzerland, refurbish a BBJ 737-700. The work will include stripping and re-upholstering all the cabin’s seats and divans, and installing a hand-made custom carpet. All the cabin work has been certified by AMAC’s in-house design organization department.

The other new contract is for heavy base maintenance – including multiple cabin modifications – on a Boeing 777-200.

The company has also announced a couple of completed projects, including a C-check on a VIP ACJ330-200, during which various cabin interior details were reworked. The aircraft was delivered a week ahead of the contractual delivery date.

The other announcement pertained to the on-time delivery of a BBJ 3 (737-900ER), following a cabin interior re-configuration. The work included upholstering new VIP seats, and installing electrical hi-lo tables and a new VIP handmade carpet. The existing divans were modified to increase functionality and comfort. The modification accomplished an EASA STC.

August 7, 2015

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