Launch of AMAC Aerospace's name within the commercial airline market

Euroairport February 20, 2018 Photo(s): By AMAC Aerospace
Tailwind Airlines' Boeing 737-400 aircrafts arrived for maintenance at AMAC's new facility in Bodrum, Turkey

Tailwind Airlines has signed contracts with AMAC Aerospace for their fleet of Boeing 737-400 aircraft at AMAC's new facility in Bodrum, Turkey.

Tailwind Airlines has signed contracts with AMAC Aerospace for their fleet of Boeing 737-400 aircraft. In early February the first aircraft arrived for maintenance and is undergoing a C13 check at AMAC's new facility in Bodrum, Turkey. This involves removing the majority of all exterior access panels in order to perform the required inspections. Furthermore, a full cabin removal which includes seating, side ledges, floor and ceiling panels. In addition to this the cargo bay liners have been removed, all to perform a 450 man-hour NDT inspection.

The total package will be approximately 1,400 man-hours of work not including findings during the inspections. We have a tight deadline to perform this maintenance input in 20 working days.

"It is a privilege to be involved with the launch of AMAC Aerospace's name within the commercial airline market and reinforcing an already stable reputation in Turkey. I am confident that with our experienced team we have put in place that the quality will be high whilst still being competitive to the rest of the local and European markets." said Mr. Tarek Muhiddin, Technical Director Special Projects of AMAC Aerospace.

Further new maintenance projects at AMAC's facility in Basel

AMAC Aerospace has secured a maintenance contract on a privately-owned Airbus 330 aircraft. The A330 will undergo a multiple C-Check package at AMAC's headquarters' in Basel, Switzerland.

In addition to that, two narrow bodies have been returned to service after a maintenance input at AMAC Aerospace's facility in Basel. AMAC Aerospace's experienced maintenance teams have carried out a 12-year check in conjunction with a partial cabin refurbishment on one of the head-of-state aircraft. The other narrow body underwent an annual check at AMAC Aerospace.

"The work schedules were very tight and we are very proud that we could return both aircraft to service ahead of schedule" commented Mr. Alexis Ott, Director Maintenance Sales & Key Account Management, AMAC Aerospace.

Finally, a new maintenance contract on a privately-owned Boeing B737-700 aircraft has been awarded by an undisclosed customer to AMAC Aerospace in Basel, Switzerland. The B737-700 aircraft will be welcomed in AMAC in Q1, 2018 and will undergo an annual check at the Swiss facility.