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Columbia, Missouri. Airline Maintenance Service, Inc. better known as “AMS” has announced today the recent expansion of services to the Columbia Missouri Regional Airport. With facilities located directly adjacent to the air carrier ramp AMS expects to be staffed extended hours a full seven days a week. Services will focus on line maintenance for the air carriers servicing the airport.

“AMS has built a reputation for quality on time service for the airlines in Nashville Tennessee and in Greensboro and Charlotte North Carolina. We are excited about bringing that increased level of service to our airline partners in this new location,” says Erick Larson AMS Director of Business Development.

AMS technicians will be trained on the specific airframes and airlines that fly through the Columbia Regional Airport. Additionally, AMS has already partnered with those airlines for maintenance services at its other locations. This will make for a seamless transition for the airlines and results in faster response times for callouts as well as a more reliable and professional service.

“Columbia Regional Airport is excited to see Airline Maintenance Service, Inc. start maintenance operations for commercial aircraft. This will ensure that our commercial flights have the onsite staffing and support that they may need 24 hours a day and will improve on-time performance for passengers in mid-Missouri” said Mike Parks, Columbia Regional Airport Manager.

For questions about AMS’s maintenance services at the Columbia Regional Airport contact Justin Hoback, AMS Operations Manager at 615-939-4211 or email him at [email protected].

About Airline Maintenance Service Inc: Airline Maintenance Service Inc is a Tennessee based corporation with maintenance locations at the Nashville International Airport (KBNA), Piedmont Triad International Airport (KGSO), and Charlotte Douglass International Airport (KCLT). Services provided by AMS include line maintenance and overnight services for commercial airlines and GSE equipment maintenance. Additionally, AMS manages the Fixed Base Operations at Tupelo Regional Airport (KTUP), Greenville Mid Delta Airport (KGLH), Panola County Airport (KPMU) in Mississippi, and Middletown Regional Airport (KMWO) in Ohio where they fuel and hangar aircraft. For more information on AMS please call Erick Larson, Director of Business Development at 931-492-2160 or email [email protected]. The company website can be found at: www.airlinems.com.

About Columbia Regional Airport: The Columbia Regional Airport had a total of 160,790 commercial passengers in 2022. Currently the airport has direct flights to Chicago O’Hare and Dallas Fort Worth. The new 52,000-square-foot terminal includes four gates and passenger boarding bridges, and features new amenities, such as a restaurant, a mother’s room, a sensory room and an interior Service Animal Relief Area (SARA). As part of the City’s Percent for Art program, the terminal also includes artwork from several artists. For more information on the airport contact Mike Parks, Airport Manager at 573-874-7508 or email him at [email protected]. The airport website can be found at: www.flycou.com.