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AMAC wins CAMO deal for Mid East wide body

Posted 14 October 2016 · Add Comment

AMAC Aerospace has been awarded a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) contract for a privately owned Airbus A330 aircraft from the Middle East. Additionally it has also been awarded the contract for two privately owned Pilatus PC-12 aircraft.

“These new contracts will strengthen our excellent position even further in terms of CAMO activities on the VVIP wide body and on the small-sized aircraft market and we are pleased to deliver high quality CAMO services to our customers” said AMAC’s Reto Sgier, CAMO manager.
AMAC also announced that it has two Gulfstream aircraft which will undergo major overhauls at AMAC’s headquarters in Basel. A Gulfstream G300 aircraft is currently at the facility for a 144 month inspection. It will also perform a 72 month inspection in conjunction with a registration change on a Gulfstream GV aircraft which will then be sent to AMAC Aerospace’s paint facility partner for the exterior paint.

 

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