Air Maintenance Estonia Aircraft Line and Base Maintenance, Component Maintenance, Logistic and Material support and Engineering Services
Air Maintenance Estonia (AME) is an independent MRO located in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and is fully owned by BaltCap a private equity. AME offers aircraft maintenance services including ad-hoc and base maintenance activities on Boeing 737 (both Classic and NG), line maintenance to different aircraft types, and aircraft components maintenance. Supporting services include engineering, AOG services and 24hr customer service.
Aircraft base maintenance
We perform base checks to Boeing 737 Classic and NG aircraft according to your maintenance program. Our customers also benefit from the services of our back shops and engineering department, which are located in the same premises. AME is capable of performing base maintenance for B737-300/-400/-500/-600/-700/-800 aircraft. Our base maintenance production works 24/7 therefore, we can offer minimum downtime.
Aircraft line maintenance
We provide 24/7 main base service at Tallinn airport, offering line maintenance services to Boeing 737-300/-400/-500/-600/-700/-800, CRJ 900, SAAB 340 and Fokker-50 aircraft.
Other aircraft maintenance capabilities
We have capabilities for other aircraft maintenance works, including structural repair programs (full scope CPCP), engine and APU borescope inspection, engine change, landing gear change, sheet metal repair, composite repair and NDT. We have broad experience in performing various modifications.
Aircraft component maintenance
Our customers benefit from our experience in extensive in-house aircraft component repair and overhaul capabilities for cost-effective pricing structure and exacting quality. Our repair shop approvals cover following aircraft component ratings: C1 – Air conditioning and pressurization; C4 – Doors (Snubbers); C5 –Electrical Power and Lights; C6 – Equipment/Furnishing (Coffee Makers, Life Vests, Seats, Trolleys, etc.); C7 – Exhaust (Drag Links), C8 – Flight Controls (Flaps, Slats, Ailerons, Elevons, Spoilers, Panels), C12 – Hydraulic (Swivels), C14 – Landing Gear (Wheels and Brakes), C18 – Fire Protection, C19 – Windows; C20 – Structural (Fuselage, Nacelles/Pylons, etc.).
AME Engineering Department can assist you with engineering support, including customized maintenance programs, reliability systems, modification programs, failure analysis and data collection. Findings discovered during the checks are assisted by AME Engineering in order to work out the best solution.
Logistics and material support
Extensive material stock enables us not only to cover the needs of AME production lines but also to offer wide range of spares for sale. Thanks to the well-organized supply chain we can deliver both non-stock materials to our facilities and AOG sales orders from our stores to the Customers in a very short time.
AME was the maintenance division of Estonian national carrier Estonian Air. The company was diverted from Estonian Air in 2002, and after that has experienced rapid development and growth.
Our customers benefit from high quality maintenance for very reasonable prices, as well as the flexibility of a small organisation and short downtime. Most of the people working in the hangar have more than ten years of experience with transport aircraft and engineering degrees in aircraft maintenance.
AME’s modern facilities today, provide two maintenance lines. Our favorable location at Tallinn Airport, with frequent daily connections to several European cities provide efficient logistic flow. Currently AME is going through an expansion process. By the middle of 2011 a new two-bay hangar will be ready to offer Line and Base maintenance services including Airbus 320 family.
Among AME customers today are Estonian Air (full service), Air Baltic, SAS, EasyJet, Ryanair, Moscow Airlines, Orenair, Blue1, Primera-Scandinavia, Chimber-Sterling, Star1, etc.
Products and Services
ATR 72 Twin Turboprop Passenger Aircraft, Europe
Avions de Transport Regional’s ATR 42
Boeing 737 Next-Generation (NG) Narrow Body Airliner
Air Maintenance Estonia (AME) has successfully completed its first 12-Years check on Boeing-737-700 operated by Cimber-Sterling Airlines, Denmark, - the long time customer of AME and one of the very first B737NG operators in Europe. The check has been completed within quoted down-time and withinRead more
Air Maintenance Estonia (AME), a subsidiary of SAS Technical Services, has celebrated the completion of C-check number 100 since the company was established in May 2002. The C-check was performed on a Boeing 737 for Estonian Air – one of AME's most important customers. Other important custoRead more