Täby Air Maintenance, TAM, closes a successful 2016 with a number of new maintenance and repair contracts, as well as a dual EASA-FAA approval for the high-end Saab 340A and Saab 340B cargo conversion program. During 2016, new customers included Swiss SkyWork Airlines and Cyprus-based TUS Airways, complementing longstanding partners such as Loganair, Eastern Airways,
Täby Air Maintenance, TAM, has been selected by Scottish airline Loganair to convert two Saab 340B’s to cargo configuration. This is a follow on to a previous, highly successful, conversion of two Saab 340A’s for Loganair. TAM is the only company worldwide that has been approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, as well
Täby Air Maintenance, TAM, has signed an agreement with Swiss airline SkyWork Airlines to provide line- and base maintenance for its new fleet of Saab 2000 50-seat airliners. SkyWork Airlines is based in Bern, Switzerland. In July, SkyWork Airlines began operating two Saab 2000 aircraft, and TAM supports SkyWork Airlines with technical services needed to
With a maintenance hangar filled with aircraft and all workshops fully occupied, TAM is now fully focused on supporting their airline customers for the intense holiday season. A number of ongoing or scheduled coming major checks on Saab 2000s and Saab 340s is complemented by repairs, refurbishments and rebuilds of Saabs for a variety of
Täby Air Maintenance, TAM, has now been certified as an approved FAA Repair Station, which enables TAM to perform service, maintenance and repairs on aircraft being registered within the jurisdiction of FAA, the US Federal Aviation Administration. – I am very pleased with this approval, says Pär Gulle, TAM Managing Director. – We can now
© Photo: Martin Djupenström Täby Air Maintenance, TAM, has been approved by the US Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, as well as the European Aviation Safety Authority, EASA, to perform a full cargo conversion of Saab 340A and Saab 340B. – I am very glad that we, as the only company globally, have a dual EASA-FAA
TAM have organized a line station at Larnaca Airport in Cyprus to support Tus Airways in their operation. TAM services for Tus Airways include a dedicated Saab 340 specialist, based with Tus in Larnaca, Cyprus, as well as a Saab 340 heavy maintenance program to be executed at TAM’s main base in Örebro, Sweden. For
To support the large number of Saab 340-operators who wish to share the growing market for air cargo, e.g. to support major courier services, TAM and Kansas City-based Jet Midwest have launched an FAA Saab 340 cargo conversion program. Based on an in-house concept and defined in collaboration with world renowned STC21 [STC Twenty One
C-check performed and ready for delivery after record-breaking one week of maintenance.
Peter Thume, TAM Maintenance Manager: After three and a half week of intense work, we are very happy to having finished our major maintenance in advance, allowing Loganair to put their SAAB 2000 back in service two days early.