New maintenance projects on Boeing, Bombardier, Gulfstream and Airbus aircraft
AMAC Aerospace is pleased to announce to have been awarded several new maintenance projects. A privately-owned Gulfstream IV will undergo multiple C-checks and a minor update of the interior cabin. On a privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000, a Ka-band system will be installed.
AMAC Aerospace recently welcomed a Gulfstream IV in Basel, Switzerland. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo multiple C-checks. Furthermore, AMAC’s craftsmen will refurbish the interior cabin. Soft materials will be exchanged and partial wood work will be carried out. An Airbus ACJ319 arrived early November. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo a Pre-Purchase Inspection (‘PPI’).
A Bombardier Global 6000 entered AMAC’s hangar for a Ka-band installation, which will allow seamless connectivity on board. The customer demanded additionally some minor cabin work, which AMAC will carry out simultaneously on the privately-owned aircraft. A privately-owned Bombardier Global 5000 arrived in Basel to undergo a 15- and 30-month inspection.
Two additional new awarded maintenance projects on Boeing aircraft
AMAC Aerospace have been awarded two new projects on Boeing BBJ aircraft. On the first Boeing B737-NG, AMAC’s avionics team will install an In-Flight-Entertainment system (‘IFE’) on the privately-owned aircraft. The second Boeing BBJ737 will undergo a base maintenance including a 1A-, 2A- and 6A-check. The privately-owned aircraft arrived mid-November in Basel.