IATA Aircraft Recovery Task Force Conference Update

IATA’s Aircraft Recovery Task Force Conference was held at IATAs Montreal offices on 2nd and 3rd April. As one of IATA’s Strategic Partners, AMS Aircraft Recovery Ltd attended to lend our expert opinion and discuss key points emerging from the...

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Airbag Inflation Speeds

Airbag inflation speeds have become a discussion topic for the aviation industry in recent years, usually raised by manufacturers of high-pressure airbag systems! This recovery example, from an incident at Belfast International Airport, serves to demonstrate that low pressure airbag...

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Bristol Airport reacts positively to recovery incident

Bristol Airport suffered the misfortune of a ‘runway excursion’ last December. Their positive reaction has ensured the airport is now equipped to deal with any future incidents, reducing inconvenience for its passengers and protecting airlines. On Friday 22nd December 2017,...

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IATA Aircraft Recovery Task Force Conference Update

IATA’s Aircraft Recovery Task Force Conference took place at their offices in Montreal on 16th and 17th May. As one of IATA’s Strategic Partners, AMS Aircraft Recovery Ltd attended to lend their expert opinion and provide one of the keynote...

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Department of International Trade meeting proves fruitful

Our business relationship with the UK’s Department of International Trade team has quickly added to our knowledge base and resulted in new routes to market. Towards the tail end of 2017 we began the annual review of our marketing activities...

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Not the first time icy conditions have caused incidents

With snow and freezing conditions affecting airports across the UK we thought it was worth showing that icy conditions don’t stop aircraft recoveries (wherever they may be in the world). This time last year a BA Airbus A319 UPM successfully...

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AMS move forward through 2017

AMS’s 28th year in business has seen a consolidation of sales across our aircraft recovery range and an increase in the number of “live” aircraft recovery training courses we have provided. We returned to IATA’s Aircraft Recovery Task Force Conference...

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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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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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