AMAC Aerospace’s newest hangar, located at Atatürk International Airport in Turkey, provides a regional maintenance center specializing in all your maintenance requirements. Downtime is the most important factor, and with our skilled engineers and capable management you’re sure to have your aircraft back promptly.


Our maintenance services include scheduled and unscheduled line and base maintenance activities on airframe and power plant. Line maintenance for Airbus A319/320/321 with both power plants IAE V2500 & CFM56 and Dassault Falcon 7X and 900. For Dassault Falcon 900 EX EASy and Dassault Falcon 2000 & 2000 EX EASy (including DX, LX, LXS & S) we have approvals for line and base maintenance for A1 category for aircraft above 5700kg.

AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Services
AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Services


We have line and base maintenance for PC-12 (PWC PT6) for category A2 for aircraft below 5700kg. Our hangars are able to combine and accommodate any number of maintenance projects and additionally we have a line station facility at Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport.

Until 2017, AMAC Aerospace Turkey has performed seven 100 hr checks and four annual checks. Total manpower produced in maintaining PC-12 airplanes including defect rectifications, on-site support is 1800 man-hours. AMAC’s experts in Istanbul have also performed two connected flight deck modifications.


AMAC Aerospace Turkey has all required tools and equipment purchased directly from either Pilatus and/or other OEMs. In addition to that the technicians have maintenance experience of more than 15 years on average and have training by Pilatus in terms of theoretical and practical type training under EASA Part-147 requirements. Some specialized trainings like engine line and base training have also been completed by AMAC’s technicians.

AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Services
AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Hangar


Our state-of-the-art hangar with 1’200m2 floor space, offers storerooms, tool shops, training rooms, customer offices, lounges and crew rests. The facility also links directly to the airport’s private/business aviation area (GAC). Whether arriving from a long flight or briefly stopping down in Istanbul, rest assured that everything you’ll need for the continuation of your travels, including your aircraft, will be conscientiously provided for while you’re here. Our hangar meets the highest standards of safety and respects local, regional and international qualifications.

AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Hangar
AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Hangar


This hangar simultaneously accommodates four PC-12’s or three Falcons. For these aircraft, demanding uniquely skilled handling and special attention in maintenance services, we are proud to offer our esteemed clientele the chance to experience AMAC professionalism. This hangar upholds the same standards of excellence as those we established in our Basel, Switzerland hangars. We also provide the same high standards of performance that have made AMAC the best in its field of capabilities and services.
AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Capacity
AMAC Maintenance Istanbul Capacity
Maintenance Istanbul Capacity


Maintenance Organization:
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) – Ref: EASA.145.0636
Saudi Arabia (GACA) – Ref: AMO-334FA
Turkish Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) – Ref: DGCA / SHGM SHY-145 TR.145.083

Guernsey (CAA) – Ref: 2-REG.145.88
Cayman Islands (CI CAA) – Ref: 180-CAY-AMO-2015
United Arab Emirates (GCAA) – Ref: UAE.145.1171
United States of America – Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) – Ref: 6TYY450C



Aircraft above 5700kg
Airbus 319/320/321, IAE V2500 (LINE Maintenance Only)
Airbus 319/320/321, CFM 56 (LINE Maintenance Only)
Dassault Falcon 7X (LINE Maintenance Only)
Dassault Falcon 900 (LINE Maintenance Only)
Dassault Falcon 900 EX EASy (LINE & BASE Maintenance)
Dassault Falcon 2000 (LINE & BASE Maintenance)
Dassault Falcon 2000 EX EASy, DX, LX, LXS, S (LINE & BASE Maintenance)


Aircraft under 5700kg
Pilatus PC-12 NG series (LINE & BASE Maintenance)


Aircraft Maintenance Services in Istanbul, Turkey

Contact: Atilla Guney – Chief Operating Officer
Tel: +90 212 463 0 300

Contact: Fikret Yazicioglu – Engineering & Planning Manager
Tel +90 212 463 0 309

Aircraft on Ground (AOG) 24-hour Support

Please call +90 533 035 49 49