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UTC to provide nacelle maintenance for AMAC
Bringing together their collective MRO and completions expertise, UTC Aerospace Systems and AMAC Aerospace hope to create a best-in-class experience for their business jet and VIP aircraft customers.
As part of the five-year deal, UTC Aerospace Systems will provide nacelle and engine build-up as well as lease and exchange services.

North Carolina-headquartered UTC Aerospace Systems has been selected by Swiss provider of business and VIP aircraft completion services AMAC Aerospace to offer nacelle maintenance.

Under the terms of the five-year agreement UTC will provide global maintenance solutions including tailored nacelle and engine build-up, and lease and exchange services.

The agreement enhances UTC's presence in the business jet and VIP aircraft segment, where it has recently been selected by Dassault Aviation to provide an advanced nacelle system for its new Falcon 6X business jet.

Aerostructures president Marc Duvall says: “This agreement will enable us to leverage our global MRO network and commercial aircraft experience in this segment. We are delighted to work with AMAC, the premier provider of business jet and VIP aircraft completion services. This powerful combination of AMAC Aerospace and UTC Aerospace systems will deliver compelling customer value.”

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