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AMAC wins more maintenance contracts
AMAC Aerospace has been awarded several new maintenance projects. ADSB-Out and a FANS system are to be installed on A319s and a B737, and a Global 5000 will undergo a comprehensive cabin refurbishment.
AMAC's Basel facility has its hands full with incoming Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier projects.
Read this story in our January 2020 printed issue.

AMAC Aerospace has been awarded with four new Boeing and two new Airbus projects at its facility in Basel, Switzerland.

A new contract for a privately-owned Boeing B737 will see the aircraft arrive in the next few weeks to undergo a pre-purchase inspection on short notice. An existing customer has contracted for a base maintenance check on its privately-owned B737, and a further privately-owned B737 will undergo an A1 and B1 due maintenance.

Another privately-owned B737 will arrive for a C3 Check in February 2020. AMAC will carry out a landing gear overhaul, install ADSB-Out, a FANS system and a partial cabin refurbishment.

A customer whose Global 5000 underwent a major maintenance input in October has brought the aircraft back for a cabin refurbishment. And a privately owned Global 6000 will undergo cabin interior work alongside base maintenance.

A contract for a six and 18 month due maintenance inspection on an Airbus A319 has been signed for the end of the year, and AMAC will undertake installation of a Ka-band system on another shortly, thanks to its developed STC. Another privately-owned A319 will undergo a 1A, 2A and 1C Check, in conjunction with installation of ADSB-Out and a FANS installation.

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