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Thu, Sep 7, 2017
AMAC Aerospace is looking to further boost business in Asia on the heels of winning maintenance approval for work on Taiwanese registered aircraft.
The approval process was initiated by a new customer of AMAC who owns an Airbus A319 aircraft and requested to have the maintenance done at the company’s facility in Basel, Switzerland.
The approval, issued by Taiwan’s CAA (Civil Aeronautics Administration), allows AMAC Aerospace to perform further maintenance checks on aircraft that are registered in Taiwan.
Rudi Kurz, Director Maintenance & Production Organization, AMAC Aerospace, stated: “We are delighted to have received this approval and we look forward to extending our business in the Asian region.”
AMAC Aerospace offers narrow and wide-body VIP completion and maintenance services for the corporate and private aviation market. Founded in 2007 in Basel, the company today is the largest privately owned facility of its kind in the world.
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