New maintenance projects on Bombardier, Boeing and Airbus

posted on 9th June 2020 by Eddie Saunders
New maintenance projects on Bombardier, Boeing and Airbus

AMAC Aerospace are proud to announce that a Bombardier Challenger 605 arrived mid-May in Basel. The Head of State aircraft will undergo a 12-month inspection.

A Bombardier Global Express entered AMAC’s hangar mid-May as well. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo a 30-month check. AMAC has also been selected by a new private owner of a Bombardier Challenger 605 to carry out a Pre-Purchase Inspection (PPI) on short notice.

New maintenance projects on Boeing and Airbus aircraft

AMAC was awarded further maintenance projects on two Boeing aircraft. A privately-owned Boeing BBJ737 arrived by the end of May in Basel to undertake a 6a-check and a due maintenance. In conjunction with the maintenance checks, AMAC will also carry out Service Bulletins tasks (SBs) on the aircraft. On a second Boeing, a BBJ737, AMAC’s maintenance team will carry out a 1-, 6- and 48-month check on the privately-owned aircraft.

An Airbus ACJ320 recently arrived in Basel. AMAC will complete a base maintenance check and carry out a full galley heating system modification. Due to the extension of the project, the privately-owned aircraft has to stay in Basel six weeks longer than planned but equipped with a state-of-the-art heating system. 

On a second Airbus ACJ318 AMAC will perform a maintenance check and an avionics upgrade on the privately-owned aircraft.