AMAC Aerospace has announced three new awarded maintenance projects on Gulfstream aircrafts. The company will welcome a Gulfstream G550 in December 2019.

The Head of State G550 will undergo an annual check in Basel, Switzerland. A new customer signed a contract to undergo a 6- and 12-months inspection. The privately-owned aircraft will arrive in the next couple of weeks in Basel, Switzerland. By the end of October, AMAC Aerospace will open its hangar doors for the third Gulfstream G550; AMAC will carry out a 72-months inspection on the privately owned G550. Simultaneously AMAC has announced two new projects on Boeing BBJ 737.

A contract for a C-Check on a Boeing BBJ 737 has been signed and AMAC will welcome the BBJ 737 beginning of January. Besides the base maintenance, the BBJ 737 will undergo a cabin refurbishment.

AMAC will carry out a carpet replacement, a side panel recovery and several cabin touch-ups. AMAC Aerospace is looking forward to welcoming the corporate aircraft in Basel, Switzerland. A privately-owned Boeing BBJ 737 entered AMAC’s hangar last week to undergo a 1A, 2A, 4A Check.

In conjunction AMAC will install an ‘ADS-B Out’ (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast) and a ‘CPDLC’ (Controller-Pilot Data Link Communication) FANS system.