AMAC Aerospace has seen a recent influx of maintenance and completions projects on aircraft ranging from Airbus and Boeing narrowbody aircraft to Bombardier Globals, the Basel, Switzerland-based MRO provider and completions center announced today. In all, the company has secured work on four privately-owned Boeing 737s, three Airbus A319s, and a Bombardier Global 5000 and 6000.
The first of four Boeing 737s will arrive in the next few weeks for a pre-purchase inspection. It will be joined by a 737 needing a base maintenance check and another scheduled for A1 and B1 due maintenance. A fourth 737 is slated to arrive in February for a C3 check. On that airplane, Amac also will carry out a landing gear overhaul, installation of ADS-B Out and future air navigation system (FANS), and a partial cabin refurbishment.
For the three A319s, one will receive six- and 18-month due maintenance, arriving before year-end. A second one arriving just after the new year will receive Ka-band satcom connectivity, while a third A319 will undergo 1A, 2A, and 1C checks, as well as receive ADS-B Out and FANS.
A Global 5000 that received major maintenance in October has returned to its facility for a cabin refurbishment, while a Global 6000 is slated for cabin interior work, AMAC said.