So what happens on an AMS training course?

We’ve often posted information about our Aircraft Recovery Training Courses but that’s only half the story when it comes to telling people what to expect when they arrive at our dedicated training facility in the UK. So below we’ve shown...

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AMS expand their horizons across 2016

Our 27th year in business has seen an expansion of our customer base, an increase in aircraft recovery equipment sales, and the introduction of a new format for delivering aircraft recovery training. Since our foundation in 1989 AMS has worked...

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A successful training year for aircraft recovery teams

Across 2016 AMS has delivered an extensive programme of onsite aircraft recovery training while introducing a new way to train teams in more remote locations; increasing our ability to improve the aircraft recovery capabilities of airport authorities, airlines and military...

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Fuselage Lifting System sales exceed expectations

In 2006 AMS emerged as an industry leading provider of Fuselage Lifting Systems when we conducted the first CAT3 lift of a B747. To date we have produced and supplied almost fifty CAT1, CAT2 and CAT3 Fuselage Lifting Systems worldwide....

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AMS familiarisation session for BA

In Spring 2015 AMS provided an equipment demonstration and familiarisation exercise for British Airways staff responsible for maintaining and using AMS equipment in the event of an aircraft incident. This included a review of the largest airbag system ever produced...

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AMS assist in B737 recovery

AMS were recently involved in the recovery of a Boeing 737 which had suffered a main landing gear failure. AMS equipment was used exclusively during the process, including airbags to raise the wing and support the aircraft, prior to using...

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British Airways are first customers for AMS 50 tonne turntable

British Airways recently became the first customers to take ownership of the new AMS 50 tonne turntable. The revolutionary curved profile and buffer interface allows aircraft to sit within the bed of the turntable, reducing the point load applied to...

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British Airways complete aircraft recovery training at AMS

Members of the British Airways aircraft recovery team, based at LHR have recently attended the AMS aircraft recovery equipment training course and the AMS facility in the UK. The three day course involved both classroom and practical training using a...

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