OAI SELECTS AMES FOR HEAVY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT

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OAI SELECTS AMES FOR HEAVY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT

Omni Air International (OAI) has selected Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES) to provide heavy maintenance for two Boeing 767-300. AMES will also do extensive interior rework in conjunction with maintenance checks and engine pylon modifications.

“AMES was an excellent fit due to their expertise with the B767,” said Marvin Preble, director of heavy maintenance for Omni. “It’s important that we place aircraft in service as quickly and economically as possible. AMES offered great value and was very responsive to our needs.”

AMES president Brady Templeton noted the significance of the Omni contracts: “We are very pleased to add Omni to a growing list of carriers that have discovered the value and quality we offer. We tailored our solution to fit Omni’s schedule and needs. Our customers expect and deserve that kind of flexibility and responsiveness.”

The improving market in commercial maintenance is benefiting AMES. The Omni work includes the complete removal, rework, and reinstallation of the passenger interior. AMES has been traditionally known for aircraft maintenance to cargo operators but has continued to pursue and expand its capabilities on aircraft with passenger configurations. The Omni work will be accomplished at the Wilmington Air Park beginning in December 2010 and continuing through the first quarter of 2011.

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