“This expansion and relocation of our maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility is the result of the strong and steady fleet growth we’ve had for several years,” said AMP CEO Dennis Moore. “The new facilities will keep us well positioned for support, maintenance, and servicing in the growing North Texas general aviation market.”
RBD’s $16 million hangar development and infrastructure project that AMP will call home is the result of a public-private partnership inked earlier this year between the city of Dallas and Burchfield & Partners. Construction on the hangar project on the west side of the airport will start in January and conclude in early 2020.
Founded in 2008, AMP is a full-service corporate aircraft maintenance shop, providing routine service to comprehensive maintenance for Gulfstream, Bombardier Learjet and Challenger, Hawker, Dassault Falcon, and Cessna Citation business jets.
SOURCE: AIN Online