AMAC Aerospace awarded with new maintenance checks

posted on 21st February 2020 by Eddie Saunders
AMAC Aerospace awarded with new maintenance checks

AMAC Aerospace is pleased to announce to have been awarded with several new maintenance projects in Basel, Switzerland, and a successful re-delivery of a Boeing BBJ 737 on time. A Head of State Gulfstream GV has arrived at AMAC for an annual inspection. In addition, a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 319 will arrive in April in Basel and will get installed a Ka-Band antenna.

AMAC Aerospace signed a new contract for a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 318. The ACJ 318 will arrive at AMAC in March and will undergo a 1A-, 2A-, 1C-, 2C- and 4C-check in Basel. An Airbus ACJ 319 will enter AMAC’s hangar beginning of March to undergo a 6-year-check. In conjunction AMAC Aerospace will install a Ka-Band with an already existing ‘STC’ (Supplemental Type Certificate), which has already been used for many other Airbus ACJ 319 aircraft. 

AMAC has welcomed a Gulfstream GV mid-January. The Head of State Gulfstream GV has undergone an annual inspection. In addition to that, AMAC will welcome a privately-owned Airbus ACJ 319 in Basel in April. AMAC Aerospace’s skilled technicians will install a Ka-Band antenna.

Three new projects on Boeing aircraft

AMAC Aerospace recently accomplished a 6-month-check on a Boeing BBJ 737. The privately-owned aircraft arrived on short notice and has already been released on time last week. A Boeing BBJ 737 is currently in AMAC’s hangar in Basel to undergo a C2-check. In parallel, AMAC will perform a 96-month-check on the BBJ aircraft. 

A privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737 is shortly expected at AMAC; a 1A- and 2A-check in conjunction with an ‘OOP’ (Out Of Phase) task will be performed.

AMAC welcomes Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft in Basel

A contract for a 15-month- and a 750-hours-check with miscellaneous AD’s (Airworthiness Directives) and SB’s (Service Bulletins) on a Bombardier Global 5000 has been signed. AMAC will welcome the privately-owned aircraft by end of February. A privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000 will arrive in May at AMAC to undergo a cabin refurbishment and a reconfiguration. Another privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000 has already arrived in Basel. AMAC will carry out a 500-/1000-hours-check on the aircraft.

AMAC Aerospace was also awarded with a new maintenance project on a Gulfstream aircraft: A privately-owned G550 has entered AMAC’s hangar at the beginning of February. AMAC will carry out a 1C-, 2C-, 3C-, 6C- and 72-month-check on the aircraft.

ISO certification for health protection

Furthermore, AMAC is happy having received the ISO 45001-2018 certificate. By certifying this ISO standard, AMAC Aerospace ensures that health protection becomes an integral part of the company culture. The well-being of AMAC’s employees is of high importance to the company organization and to the people working for the company.