AMAC Aerospace Switzerland signs three BBJ base maintenance contracts

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Three BBJ maintenance contracts have been awarded to AMAC Aerospace, and will be fulfilled at the company’s facility in Basel, Switzerland. A privately owned BBJ 3 is due to be inducted in the first quarter of 2016 for a major C check and the partial removal of its VIP interior.

Another privately owned BBJ will undergo a heavy base maintenance check and the complete removal of its VIP cabin. The scope of work on the N-registered aircraft includes a cabin refurbishment, LAN modification, installation of a new router and various rectifications and improvements. The BBJ is scheduled for induction in January 2016.

AMAC Aerospace Switzerland has also signed a maintenance contract for a privately owned BBJ 3 based in the Middle East. The BBJ 3 will undergo a C check, its satcom will be upgraded and a new cabin router will be installed to enhance cabin connectivity with additional features.

“We are very pleased about these new maintenance projects, which demonstrate our capabilities and expertise in the heavy maintenance of BBJ aircraft,” said Mauro Grossi, group chief financial officer, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland. “We are committed to fulfilling our customers’ high expectations and appreciate that our clients value the depth of our services and the high quality of AMAC’s skilled craftsmanship.”

An N-registered Gulfstream GIV has also been inducted for an annual inspection at AMAC Aerospace Switzerland.

December 17, 2015

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