Latest Aviation News MRO & Support AMAC AEROSPACE MAKES EVEN MORE OF A MARK ON THE WORLDWIDE MRO AND VVIP COMPLETION STAGE

AMAC Aerospace makes even more of a mark on the worldwide MRO and VVIP completion stage

Romain Guillot in Geneva
06/06/2018 | 585 words
AMAC Aerospace makes even more of a mark on the worldwide MRO and VVIP completion stage
AMAC Aerospace's newest hangar in Bodrum-Milas Airport. Picture AMAC Aerospace
Switzerland's AMAC Aerospace group is becoming a leading player in VVIP aircraft completion. But the group is about much more than that, as its management was able to highlight at the EBACE show. In just 10 years AMAC has already expanded over 4 countries and 6 locations and its development is showing no signs of slowing down.

Its cornerstone, the facility at Basel-Mulhouse EuroAirport, is already considered as the largest VVIP aircraft completion centre in the world for an independent actor. Amac Aerospace has four huge hangars there with (...)
 
 
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