AMAC Turkey shows MRO capabilities at AIREX


AMAC Turkey Pilatus PC-12 maintenance

AMAC Turkey will be exhibiting at Airex Istanbul Airshow. The company has recently been granted approval from The Directorate General of Civil Aviation Turkey (DGCA) to perform base and line maintenance up to C Check on Dassault Falcon 900Ex Easy, 2000 and 2000Ex EASy models.

In addition, AMAC Turkey expects to achieve EASA and DGCA approval for line maintenance up to A Check for the Dassault Falcon 7x in the first quarter 2015.

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Waleed Muhiddin, vice president Strategic Operations & Business Development said: “We are proud to be joining a strong line-up of leading business aviation manufacturers, suppliers and aviation services companies at the 10th annual AIREX show.”

Atilla Guney, chief operating officer, AMAC Turkey said: “We are keen to emphasize to owners and operators in the region that we offer high quality, 24/7 maintenance support at highly competitive costs conveniently located between Europe and the Middle East thus avoiding the need to travel further afield.”

AMAC Turkey at Ataturk Airport has enjoyed a successful 12 months, with highlights including approval as a Dassault Falcon authorised service centre in April.

Waleed continued: “These approvals represent important milestones for our two year old business, following the inauguration of AMAC Turkey in 2012,.”

AMAC Turkey has a three-storey sales and service centre, hangar facility and storage space. The service centre has to date completed maintenance on seven different registered aircraft models including the Falcon 900/900EX EASy and PC-12NGs. AMAC Turkey will also be exhibiting a Pilatus PC-12NG in the static display and will entertain clients and VIP guests at its chalet during the show.

AMAC Aerospace was founded in 2007, is headed by group executive chairman & CEO Kadri Muhiddin.