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AMAC Aerospace Switzerland supports launch of new commercial operator

Posted 17 February 2016 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace Switzerland has provided support in the launch of a new commercial operator in the industry and specifically to the Middle East region.

New registrations and livery applications combined with a maintenance input on five different aircraft have successfully been completed by AMAC. A Gulfstream G550, an Airbus A320, two Airbus A340 aircraft and a new Gulfstream G4, which was added to the fleet, were returned to service within a challenging ground time in order to minimise the operating costs.

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