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AMAC Aerospace has four state-of-the-art hangars in the heart of Europe at Switzerland’s EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse to provide maintenance services to its discerning clientele from around the world
The projects have been awarded to AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland.
A privately owned Gulfstream GV aircraft will be undergoing an annual maintenance check, and two small sized jets, a Global Express and a Global 6000, will be inducted at AMAC’s facility in Basel for a sixth months maintenance check. In addition, three narrow bodies, two ACJ319 and one BBJ, will enter AMAC’s hangar doors for an annual base maintenance check, a B1 and an A3 due maintenance inspection.
Alexis Ott, Director Maintenance Sales and Key Account Management of AMAC Aerospace, stated: “Our maintenance teams are working to full capacity, we are proud that our high quality work ethic is so well known in our industry.”
Since its establishment 11 years ago, AMAC has been exhibiting on an annual basis at EBACE. This show was very successful for the company last year, said Waleed Muhiddin, Vice President Strategic Operations & Business Development, AMAC Aerospace. “We look forward to the next EBACE.”
"The exhibition brings all business aviation leaders together and offers us an excellent platform for all kinds of meetings and discussions,” he added.
Meanwhile, AMAC Aerospace had a successful participation at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany in April. The expo is the world’s leading event and platform for technologies and products for cabin interiors and in-flight entertainment systems on all commercial and business aviation related aircraft.
AMAC Aerospace’s presence included a delegation coming from AMAC Aerospace’s headquarters in Basel as well as from AMAC’s subsidiary JCB Aero in Auch, France.
The AMAC team demonstrated its capabilities, expertise and achievements in cabin interiors, engineering services and maintenance-related activities. A lightweight concept showing a weight reduction of over 30 per cent in cabinetry production was presented at the booth.
Muhiddin stated: “The Aircraft Interiors Expo is a very good platform for reaching out to new vendors and intensify our network of suppliers, clients and business partners. We had an excellent show and are looking forward to next year’s Aircraft Interiors Expo.”
In another development, AMAC Aerospace announced that its engineering department has developed a new STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) for the Ka band installation on an A319.
AMAC Aerospace has four state-of-the-art hangars at the EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse to provide maintenance services to its discerning clientele from around the world. The hangars have 28,280 sq m of floor space with 6,251 sq m of workshop and office space as well as an apron area of 44,610 sq m. Its securely fenced tarmac opens directly onto the linkage taxiway.
AMAC Corporate Jet – Zurich provides comprehensive full-service management packages with turnkey solutions for worry-free, cost-effective aircraft ownership.
JCB Aero is a leading company in cabin interiors for both fixed wing and rotor wing crafts. It is located on a private airport in Auch near Toulouse.
With 10,000 sq m of hangar space, workshops and engineering offices, JCB Aero’s success is based on the highly skilled craftsmen dedicated to producing work of the finest quality and also of its high level of engineering modification capabilities, the spokesman added.
AMAC Aerospace Turkey also offers maintenance services including scheduled and unscheduled line and base maintenance activities on airframe and power plant.
Based at the Atatürk International Airport, Istanbul, its state-of-the-art hangar with 1,200 sq m of floor space simultaneously accommodates four PC-12s or three Falcons.
AMAC Aerospace has also decided to position a hangar at Milas-Bodrum airport because it saw a gap in the market.