AMAC Aerospace wins key UAE certificate
Dubai, March 24, 2013
AMAC Aerospace said it has won a key Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) certificate from the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) for its facility in Switzerland.
With this aproval, the Swiss firm can now start providing full CAMO services on all UAE-registered aircraft. Besides it can keep track and supervise all necessary maintenance checks, follow up on and implement regulatory requirements, including regular airworthiness reviews for UAE third party customers.
“AMAC is committed to exceeding the expectations of an especially demanding clientele and we are proud to be only the second company outside the UAE to be granted such status,” remarked Bernd Schramm, the aerospace group chief operating officer.
"VIP completions and maintenance specialist Amac Aerospace is making strong strides with its plans to expand into wide-bodied aircraft maintenance," he noted.
"In addition to its already strong maintenance services on A318/A319/A320/A321 series, B737 classic & new generation BBJ1/2/3, MD 80 series, Gulfstream large cabin and Bombardier GLX, AMAC gained part 145 approval for the B747-400 and B747-8 series last September, in parallel with the opening of its third (wide-bodied) hangar at its EuroAirport Basel HQ, complementing their heavy large cabin base maintenance approvals on the B777, Airbus A330 and A340 series," he added.
AMAC said its aerospace engineers can perform all major inspections including repairs and modifications besides performing Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Customer Bulletins (CB) Service Bulletins (SB) and Airworthiness directive (AD).-TradeArabia News Service
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