AMAC Aerospace achieves Brazilian Certificate and Operations Specification for Maintenance.

Thursday 30th May 2013

Basel, Switzerland-based AMAC Aerospace announced today that it has been granted the Brazilian Certificate and Operations Specification for Aircraft Maintenance by the Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC). The approval, which was awarded towards the end of February, allows AMAC to carry out base and line maintenance work on all Brazilian-registered Boeing B737-600/700/800/900 aircraft types at its state-of-the-art headquarters at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg.

In addition, the approval enables AMAC to undertake on-wing engine maintenance, engine removal and installation, replacement of engine components and accessories in accordance with the capability list approved by ANAC as well as undertake 'Specialist Services' in Level 3 Non-Destructive Inspections.

Kadri Muhiddin CEO of AMAC Aerospace comments: "As Brazil's aviation market continues to expand, we look forward to serving Brazilian owners looking for the excellence and dedication our maintenance teams demonstrate in exceeding the expectations of a discerning clientele."

As a group of companies, AMAC Aerospace continues to grow from strength to strength, gaining recognition for providing excellent aviation services throughout the world.  The Brazilian approval add to the existing broad range of base and line maintenance approvals which AMAC Aerospace has achieved which cover a wide range of aircraft from the versatile Pilatus PC12-NG, for which it is the exclusive Sales Distributor in the Middle East through to the wide body Boeing B747-400 and B747-8 Series Part 145 for which approvals were granted in Autumn 2012.  AMAC's other international approvals include those from the countries of Aruba, Nigeria, Cameroon, Russia, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, where it is GCAA approved.

About AMAC Aerospace:

AMAC Aerospace, founded four years ago, is headed by Executive Chairman & Group CEO Kadri Muhhidin.  The company boasts a 500-strong workforce and an order book of US$1 billion plus.  Its business is split 50:50 between VIP completions and maintenance work and its extensive  hangarage facilities in Basel, Switzerland have the capability to accommodate four wide-body and four single-aisle large jets, plus lighter business jet types.

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