Air Transport Services Group subsidiary Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services (AMES) has won additional contracts with Vision Airlines for support of carrier's Boeing 767 and 737 aircraft.

AMES will provide multiple maintenance checks for the carrier's aircraft.

Dustin Hannay, heavy maintenance manager, Vision Airlines, says: "As a smaller carrier, minimising aircraft out-of-service time is very important to us. It's also critical that we control our costs. We have been very pleased with AMES' on-schedule, on-budget performance."

The new contracts build upon work AMES is already performing for Vision, which includes line maintenance support and component repair and overhaul.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news