AAR in Amsterdam
AAR Aircraft Component Services, a company that provides aviation services to airlines, manufacturers and governments, has expanded and updated its hydraulic repair facility in Amsterdam in response to rising demand. The renovation of the facility means state-of-the-art new testing equipment and the hiring of additional personnel. The updates have more than doubled the facility’s capacity to work on a longer list of parts and systems. AAR’s parts are used on various aircraft from Airbus, Boeing, Embraer, Bombardier and others.
“This refresh propels ACS–Amsterdamto the leading edge of hydraulic component repair and overhaul for commercial aircraft,” said Salvatore Cristofori, the director of sales & commercial operations at ACS–Amsterdam. “As important as our advanced machinery are our people. They are the backbone of our success in meeting rising demand.”
AAR, based in the Unites States, employs more than 4,500 people in over 20 countries. They provide aviation services such as aircraft maintenance and parts distribution. The company’s Dutch branch is based in Hoofddorp, and specialises in the overhaul, repair and maintenance of aircraft components.