Under the patronage of the Director General of Saudi Arabian Airlines, Engineer Ibrahim Al-Omar, two subsidiaries from Saudi Arabian Airlines Corporation; Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) and the Prince Sultan Aviation Academy (PSAA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Spartan KSA LCC, at the Saudi Arabian Airlines’ headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The cooperation between the three organisations further enhances the leadership role of the PSAA in the aviation technical training industry and supports SAEI’s aircraft maintenance training programs.
The training services related to this MoU will be carried out by the PSAA.
The Prince Sultan Aviation Academy has been in operation for more than 60 years and provides extensive advanced training expertise in aviation to several air carriers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as well as regional and international airline operators.
The scope of the agreement with Spartan will meet the growing demand for aircraft training programs within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Furthermore, it will facilitate SAEI to expand the training services offered to include aspects of aircraft maintenance and aviation repair in airport terminals where Saudia operates to.
Spartan will also provide advisory services in connection with the operations of the Prince Sultan Aviation Academy (PSAA).
The agreement was signed by the Chief Executive Officer of Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries, Enginerr Ali Ashban and the Managing Director of the Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, Captain Ismael Alkoshy; the Chief Executive Officer of Spartan KSA, Peter Harris. - TradeArabia News Service