The history of British Airways Maintenance Cardiff (BAMC)

15 April 2015

British Airways Maintenance Cardiff

Lecture

The history of British Airways Maintenance Cardiff (BAMC). 

BAMC was a successful venture by British Airways to maintain some of its largest aircraft in the fleet in South Wales. The three bay facility was built on a greenfield site at Cardiff International airport and opened for service in 1993. Today BAMC supports the heavy maintenance for BA 747, 767 & 777 aircraft and are performing some of the most detailed maintenance checks on aircraft in the World.

This is the last talk of the Cardiff branch programme and will be held in the presentation room at BAMC. Please inform us if you are interested to attend so we can inform security ahead of the event.

This event is suited to those with an interest in aviation, aircraft maintenance, engineering and offers the chance to talk with some of the most experienced engineers and technicians in their field.

AGM at 18:45 followed by talk at 19:15.

Free to attend

Drop us an email at lecture@raescardiff.org.uk to let us know your coming!

 

Speaker Details

Tim Johanson-Brown

Location

British Airways Maintenance Cardiff