A VVIP BBJ 777-200LR has been redelivered by AMAC Aerospace after 20 months of downtime during which a nose-to-tail cabin completion was performed. It included RGB mood lighting, new generation soundproofing, big IFE monitors, customized artwork, exotic materials and monuments and custom furniture. The plane features dedicated entertainment areas and big lounge spaces.
According to Bernd Schramm, group chief operating officer at AMAC Aerospace, this is the VVIP BBJ 777 completion project since AMAC was established 10 years ago.
AMAC passed thanks to their staff and are grateful that their valued customer recognizes the efforts, commitment, level of detail and high quality standards offered by their skilled teams.
AMAC recently finished a base maintenance inspection on a head-of-state ACJ340-200, which was its heaviest ever maintenance check. It involved over 22,000 man-hours of maintenance work and a full cabin refurbishment involving over 10,000 hours of production shop work.
AMAC’s other recent redeliveries include a head-of-state BBJ747-8i aircraft that went through a 24-month inspection involving service bulletins and maintenance checks. This included heavy modifications and cabin work to update the interior.
Two BBJs were also returned to service, one after base maintenance and the other after cabin repairs and base maintenance.
AMAC Aerospace is a completions and maintenance center for business jets, narrow and wide body aircraft, based in Basel Switzerland and Turkey.