AMAC Aerospace are proud to announce that two aircraft have been completed and two new contracts have been signed in Basel, Switzerland;

Beginning of August an Airbus A319 has been released to service from AMAC after a major maintenance input. Besides the maintenance input, AMAC Aerospace carried out a landing gear overhaul and some small interior modifications.  

A Gulfstream G550 has been accomplished after a 16 C-Check maintenance with SB’s and a corrosion treatment. The privately owned G550 underwent some interior modifications, as an example: the coffee machine installation.

Last week AMAC was able to sign two new contracts with a McDonnell Douglas MD-87 and a Boeing B737; The MD-87 will arrive in September to AMAC’s headquarter in Basel, Switzerland and undergo a major modification. An auxiliary fuel tank will be installed, conform to the FAA AD 2016-0306, to detect electrical faults and to detect a pump running in an empty fuel tank.

Another contract has been signed by AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland for a privately owned Boeing B737; In November AMAC Aerospace will install FANS and an Iridium Satcom System for Fans under AMAC’s STC on the B737.