AMAC signs for BBJ 737-700 heavy base maintenance and returns GIV to service


AMAC Aerospace Switzerland is to perform heavy base maintenance work on a head-of-state BBJ 737-700. The aircraft is scheduled for induction in the first quarter of 2016. The auxiliary center tanks and VIP cabin will be removed to perform structural inspections, and various cockpit updates and cabin modifications will also be carried out.

“For this project we have been in competition with MROs from Europe and the USA,” said Alexis Ott, senior manager of sales and key account, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland. “We are very proud to have been selected for this project, which will add another BBJ heavy maintenance input to a long list of projects performed at our facility in Basel, Switzerland. We have become one of the leading MROs for VIP BBJ aircraft.”

The company also recently returned a head-of-state Gulfstream GIV to service, on time and within budget. AMAC Aerospace Switzerland performed an intensive maintenance check on the aircraft. In other recent news, AMAC Aerospace Switzerland completed an on-site intervention on a Gulfstream GV in Africa and installed a satcom system on an A340.

December 1, 2015

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