AMAC Aerospace to build 43,000ft² hangar at Milas Bodrum Airport


AMAC Aerospace Switzerland has signed a contract with the Turkish Airport Authorities to acquire 68,800ft² of premium land based at Milas-Bodrum Airport in Turkey that will be used to construct a 43,000ft² hangar.

The hangar will be able to accommodate either two A321 aircraft sitting wing tip to wing tip, or two Boeing 737-800NG aircraft, and will offer line and base maintenance services as well as corporate and commercial maintenance activities for a variety of aircraft types.

“AMAC Aerospace has gauged the market to make this exciting venture come to reality and it further enhances AMAC’s presence in the Turkish region to stimulate options for our esteemed clientele in the Middle East region,” said Kadri Muhiddin, AMAC Aerospace group executive chairman and chief executive officer.

The hangar will be handed to AMAC Aerospace in November 2016 with Tailwind Airlines as the launch customer performing 7 C checks on its B737-400s and B737-800s aircraft.

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