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AMAC Aerospace - busy July - Pre-Purchase Inspection, AOG support and re-deliveries

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AMAC Aerospace - busy July - Pre-Purchase Inspection, AOG support and re-deliveries - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

A privately-owned Boeing B737 came to AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland to undergo a Pre-Purchase Inspection (‘PPI’). A 144-month check, Service Bulletins and Airworthiness Directives were included in the project and after the successful maintenance input, the BBJ has been transferred to the new customer. As the project was finished to the new client’s fullest satisfaction, he commissioned AMAC to upgrade the cabin interior and In-Flight Entertainment, planned in 2022.

Mid-July, the Boeing Team released a second Boeing B737. The team carried out a ‘PPI’ and defect rectifications. In addition, an engine boroscope inspection, Service Bulletins (SBs) and a registration change have been performed. Finally, AMAC completed a structural wing corrosion and the B737 went back to its missions on time.

AMAC Aerospace’s Bombardier Team are proud to have accomplished two Pre-Purchase Inspection (PPI) projects in Basel, Switzerland. After a successful ‘PPI’, a privately-owned Bombardier Challenger 300 was re-delivered to the new customer. AMAC’s Bombardier Team is looking forward seeing the aircraft for any maintenance inputs soon back again in Basel. A second ‘PPI’ was performed on a privately-owned Bombardier Global 6000. The aircraft was handed over to the new owner; AMAC will welcome the Global 6000 again in autumn to carry out due maintenance checks.

Mid-July, AMAC Aerospace’s AOG support team received a request for an AOG support on a Boeing B737. The team responded immediately and guaranteed the new customer an AOG support in Basel, Switzerland. The B737 was re-delivered within a couple of days. The parts have been sourced and replaced by AMAC’s Boeing Team. “Once again, AMAC’s Boeing team has shown a great effort which confirms the excellent reputation of AMAC’s AOG services,” said Mr. Alexis Ott, Director Maintenance Sales & Key Account Management.

A second Boeing B737 has been re-delivered mid-July to a long-term customer of AMAC Aerospace. The privately-owned aircraft underwent an annual maintenance check and AMAC’s Boeing team accomplished some hail damage repairs. The aircraft has been released on time to go back on its missions.

AMAC Aerospace re-delivered an Airbus A320. AMAC’s Airbus technician performed a 6-month check and upgrades on the Head of State aircraft in Basel, Switzerland. Due to the tight summer schedule of the owner, AMAC’s team worked in shifts to re-deliver the Airbus within a reduced ground time.

AMAC received a request for an AOG support on an Airbus A319. AMAC’s response time was fast, due to the flexibility of its managers and technicians. The AOG team solved the problems on the aircraft within 72h. The customer was very pleased to have the aircraft back for his planned journeys.

The Airbus Team was also busy with an Airbus A318. The technicians carried out a 6- and 12-month check with working in shifts to keep the ground time very short. The customer was very happy and will return to AMAC Aerospace for a major base maintenance including cabin upgrades. AMAC are looking forward welcoming back the aircraft.

AMAC Aerospace completed an intermediate due maintenance including defect rectifications on a McDonnell Douglas MD-87. The privately-owned aircraft has been re-delivered to the customer on time mid-July.

On the same day, AMAC Aerospace re-delivered a Gulfstream G550. The Gulfstream team had performed an annual maintenance check on the aircraft. AMAC’s in-house design team had reviewed the cabin interior and soft materials were replaced according to the new design.






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