Euroairport, July 31, 2019 – AMAC Aerospace is pleased to announce to have completed several maintenance projects. The headquarters of AMAC Aerospace in Basel has also been awarded with several new maintenance projects. The demand for pre-purchase inspections and AOG support is growing. In addition to that, AMAC Aerospace welcomed a Head of State Boeing BBJ 747 on short notice to undergo an unscheduled maintenance input in Basel.
In June, AMAC Aerospace completed several maintenance projects. After a double engine change and a ‘PPI’ (Pre-Purchase Inspection), AMAC could successfully release a Gulfstream G450 in Basel, Switzerland.
The company was also able to release two more aircrafts during this time period; a Head of State Boeing BBJ 737 base maintenance check was completed ahead schedule and to customer’s full satisfaction.
Another maintenance project on a Boeing BBJ 777 was completed successfully in early June. The Head of State aircraft could leave Basel for its missions on time. In addition to an accomplished C-Check, AMAC’s dedicated licensed engineers and mechanics carried out major repairs and a partial cabin refurbishment. AMAC’s teams worked in three shifts to deliver the Boeing BBJ 777 on time and to customer’s full satisfaction.
As of mid-June, AMAC Aerospace successfully redelivered a Global 6000; the privately-owned Global 6000 underwent a 4C-Check and a 6-month check inspection. After the maintenance input, a registration change was performed before redelivering the Global 6000 to AMAC’s client.
Several new maintenance projects have been awarded to AMAC Aerospace: AMAC Aerospace opened its hangar doors in June for a Global 5000. The privately-owned Bombardier aircraft is undergoing a 2’200 hours due maintenance with SB’s (Service Bulletins).
On a privately-owned Boeing BBJ 777 AMAC Aerospace will carry out a due maintenance: a 1A and a 2A check in conjunction an ‘OOP’ (Out of Phase) task will be performed. Furthermore, AMAC Aerospace will welcome a Head of State Boeing BBJ 737 to perform a C-Check in Basel, Switzerland.
AMAC Aerospace was also awarded with new maintenance projects on two Bombardier aircrafts: A Bombardier Global 5000 entered AMAC’s Hangar in Basel Switzerland for due maintenance. AMAC Aerospace shall carry out a 15-month inspection in conjunction with a 500 hours inspection on the privately-owned Global 5000. On a Bombardier Global 5000, AMAC Aerospace had to carry out an AOG onsite maintenance support. AMAC dispatched a team for the AOG support overnight. The aircraft could be maintained on time to go back to normal service for the next day. “We are receiving positive feedbacks from our clients since they appreciate our efforts with our AOG support. We can guarantee our customers to repair aircraft issues with immediate and professional reactions and on short notice” said Alexis Ott, Director Maintenance Sales & Key Account Management.
A Boeing BBJ 737 arrived mid-June in Basel, Switzerland. AMAC Aerospace will carry out an annual check on the Head of State aircraft.
End of June, AMAC Aerospace welcomed a Head of State Boeing BBJ 747 on short notice to undergo an unscheduled maintenance input in Basel.
“We are very proud of having our four big hangars; we are able to accept non-scheduled maintenance inputs from our clientele. Our spontaneity and experience make us unique, as our talented teams enable us to carry out unplanned work quickly and efficiently.” said Mr. Eric Hoegen, Director Completion Sales & Key Account Management.
Beginning of July, a new customer has brought its BBJ 737 to AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland for a ‘PPI’ (Pre-Purchase Inspection). Furthermore, AMAC Aerospace signed new maintenance contracts. A Gulfstream G450 entered AMAC’s hangar at the beginning of July in Basel, Switzerland. The Head of State Gulfstream G450 will undergo a double engine change.
By mid-July, AMAC Aerospace will welcome a Boeing BBJ 737 at its headquarters in Basel, Switzerland. The privately-owned BBJ will undergo a 1A, 2A, 4A check with due maintenance checks. In conjunction to the base maintenance an ‘OOP’ (Out of Phase) task will be performed.
A privately-owned Airbus ACJ 318 will undergo a basic inspection and a weekly check. In combination with the maintenance check, AMAC Aerospace will replace the full cabin carpet of the A318. The aircraft will arrive mid of July. “We are proud to welcome another cabin modification project in our hangars in Basel, Switzerland. Modifications have generally increased over the years, for example last year, in 2018, AMAC conducted 16 STC’s and 212 minor cabin modifications.” said Eric Hoegen, Director Completion Sales & Key Account Management.
AMAC Aerospace signed a contract for a maintenance project on an Airbus A318. The privately-owned aircraft will arrive by end of July and AMAC’s skilled technicians will carry out a 6-, 12-, 18- and 36-month inspection. Besides the Airbus A318, AMAC will welcome an Airbus A319 for a 6-, 12- and 24- month inspection. In conjunction the A319 will undergo an ‘OOP’ (Out of Phase) task.
Furthermore, the company signed two new maintenance projects on Bombardiers’ Global 6000. The first Global 6000 will undergo a 15- and 30-month check and at the same time AMAC Aerospace will carry out a cabin defect rectification. On the second Global 6000 AMAC Aerospace will perform a 15- and 30-month check.
Also, in July, AMAC Aerospace have been contacted again for two AOG support situations and a new client’s BBJ arrived at AMAC’s hangars in Basel, Switzerland; AMAC’s Bombardier team completed an AOG support on a Global 6000. Another team was sent to Nice, France for AOG support on a Gulfstream G4. The AOG support was provided overnight and the Gulfstream G4 was released on time for its flight.