AMAC Aerospace surpasses expectations on first wide body inspection.

Thursday 14th May 2015

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AMAC Aerospace, a leading provider of corporate aviation maintenance and completion services will be returning to the 13th annual European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva from May 21 to 23 (Stand #258). Its attendance at the show coincides with the completion of its first wide body inspection at its state-of-the-art headquarters at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg.

The AMAC maintenance team performed the 12 year inspection on the B777-200 aircraft at its third new wide body hangar, and delivered the aircraft to a private customer in the Middle East on time, within budget and to the highest quality standard despite a number of unforeseen technical findings. Following the inspection, Bernd Schramm COO, said: "AMAC Aerospace's expertise coupled with their on-time delivery has exceeded our expectations. We are delighted with their performance."

Kadri Muhiddin, AMAC Aerospace Chief Executive Officer and Group Executive Chairman adds: "We have demonstrated our capabilities and are extremely proud of our team. With this success under our belt, we look forward to welcoming other esteemed clients with wide body aircraft with requirements for first class aviation maintenance services."

The company is encouraging aircraft owners and operators to consider its full range of expertise and craftsmanship when selecting a partner for refurbishment and maintenance options. AMAC Aerospace is currently completing a Boeing 777 and 747-8i both for Middle Eastern clients and has also taken on an Airbus A340 for maintenance and refurbishment. It is also currently working on several bids for other narrow and wide body aircraft. AMAC Aerospace was granted European EASA Part 145 approval to undertake heavy base maintenance on the Airbus A330 and A340 Series and Boeing B747-400 and B747-8 Series in September 2012. The company can now accept scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities for airframe and powerplants.

AMAC formally inaugurated its third maintenance and completion hangar for wide-body aircraft at its EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg headquarters in September 2012.   The opening of the new state-of-the-art 90,420 sq ft hangar and production facility has been the catalyst for the company's entrĂ©e into providing maintenance for wide-bodied aircraft.

The company continues to perform all major inspections including repairs and modifications, delivery of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Customer Bulletins (CB) Service Bulletins (SB) and Airworthiness directive (AD) avionic repairs, upgrades and other installation undertakings, adding to the company's extensive maintenance service capabilities.

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