Sharing some photos of a recent visit to British Airways Maintenance Glasgow, or BAM G as it is known.
BAM G carries out all the scheduled maintenance for British Airways short haul fleet, namely Airbus a321, a320, a319 as well as the a318.
Incredibly, there are no test flights after maintenance visits, even after a heavy maintenance visit (D check) the aircraft’s first flight is with paying passengers back to London. Little do they know that the aircraft they are in was completely stripped back to its bare bones just days or hours prior to them boarding. A credit to the accuracy and skill of the work force.
350 people are employed at BAM G, with engineering shifts day and night to get the aircraft back into service as quickly as possible.
A truly remarkable and fascinating place!
Can anyone guess what the last picture is?