BBJ 747 cabin modification among AMAC’s latest contracts

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AMAC Aerospace has signed several new contracts, including one that will see the company perform a cabin interior enhancement, cabin modification and base maintenance check on a head-of-state BBJ 747, at its site in Basel, Switzerland. The company also signed a contract to update the cabin lighting on a Gulfstream GIV – replacing the existing lighting with an LED system.

The company also signed a contract to conduct a six-year inspection on a head-of-state ACJ340. The work involves full cabin removal and rectification, and the installation of a Ka-band system. The STC developed for the latter will be re-usable for other ACJ340 customers. The aircraft is due to arrive in November 2019.

Other newly contracted projects include a 12-year inspection and landing gear overhaul for a head-of-state ACJ340, and a C-check and ADS-B Out installation on a BBJ 737. Both aircraft arrived in Basel in September 2019. AMAC is also conducting an annual base maintenance check on a head-of-state McDonnell Douglas MD-87. In addition, the company won the contract to perform base maintenance checks on an ACJ319 and an ACJ320 for a head of state; the first of these is due to arrive in October 2019.

The company has maintenance projects ongoing on privately owned aircraft including four B737s, an A319, a Gulfstream GV, a Gulfstream G450, a Bombardier Challenger 350 and a Bombardier Global 5000. A BBJ 737 is also scheduled for a base maintenance check, and a head-of-state customer has brought his G550 to Basel for an annual check. Meanwhile, the company’s recent AOG projects saw teams sent to a BBJ 737 in Zurich, Switzerland, a G550 in Portugal, and an ACJ340 in Munich, Germany.

AMAC Aerospace also redelivered three aircraft recently: a head-of-state Bombardier Challenger 605 following an intensive work package within a reduced ground time; a head-of-state BBJ 747 after a base maintenance check; and a BBJ 737 from Asia after a heavy base maintenance check and ADS-B Out modification.

The company also exhibited at the MEBAA Show for the first time. The event was held in Marrakech, Morocco, on 25-26 September 2019.

 

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Izzy has been part of the Business Jet Interiors International team since its second issue, and the editor since 2011. She also edits Auditoria and Railway Interiors International. Outside of work, Izzy is rediscovering her love of art by learning how to paint with watercolors.

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