AMAC Aerospace completes maintenance and conversions, wins two new contracts
AMAC Aerospace has returned four aircraft to service after maintenance and re-delivered an A320 following a VIP completion project. In addition the company has won new maintenance contracts on two Boeing B737s.
A privately owned A319 was delivered after heavy maintenance. The aircraft, which was outfitted and delivered by AMAC in 2012, underwent a maintenance programme that included a C-Check.
The company also completed maintenance work on two G450 business jets, with both aircraft returning to service after interior and exterior refurbishment. The two aircraft were painted by an external company selected by AMAC.
AMC also signed maintenance contracts on two Boeing B737 aircraft that are due annual checks. The first aircraft entered AMAC’s Basel, Switzerland facility at the end of July, with the second aircraft due to join it during August.
Another B737 NG from a Middle East customer have been delivered on time and within budget after a C-Check in conjunction with a partial cabin removal and various aesthetic repairs.
Alexis Ott, senior manager sales said: “We are pleased that our customers appreciate our high standards and our long-term business relationships that we have at AMAC Aerospace.”