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AMAC continues to work on a broad spectrum of jets
As ever, AMAC Aerospace has plenty to report as we enter the winter season. It has been working on a Gulfstream IV, a Global 6000, an Airbus ACJ319, another Global 6000, a Global 5000 and two BBJs.
A Boeing BBJ737 will be equipped with an in-flight entertainment system at AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland.
Read this story in our December 2020 printed issue.

AMAC Aerospace, the Swiss VIP completions and maintenance specialist based in Basel, has been awarded several new maintenance projects. A privately-owned Gulfstream IV will undergo multiple C-checks and a minor update of the interior cabin while on a privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000, a Ka-band system will be installed.

AMAC recently welcomed a Gulfstream IV in Basel. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo multiple C-checks. Furthermore, AMAC's craftsmen will refurbish the interior cabin. Soft materials will be exchanged and partial wood work will be carried out. An Airbus ACJ319 arrived early November. The privately-owned aircraft will undergo a pre-purchase inspection.

A Bombardier Global 6000 has also entered AMAC's hangar for a Ka-band installation, which will allow seamless connectivity on board. The customer demanded some additional minor cabin work, which AMAC will carry out simultaneously on the privately-owned aircraft. A Global 5000 has also arrived in Basel to undergo a 15- and 30-month inspection.

Additionally AMAC Aerospace has been awarded two new projects on Boeing BBJ aircraft. On the first Boeing B737-NG, AMAC's avionics team will install an in-flight-entertainment system on the aircraft. The second Boeing BBJ737 will undergo base maintenance including a 1A-, 2A- and 6A-check, having arrived in mid November.

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