Saudi Arabia Private and the Defense Ministry Work Together to Improve Air Force Support Services

His Excellency Dr. Khaled Al-Biyari, the secretary minister of defense for administrative affairs, as well as His Excellence Engr. participated in the signing ceremony, which was held in Riyadh during the 2024 World Defense Show. Ibrahim Al-Omar, the Saudia Group’s producer standard. Ibrahim Al Suwayed, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Defense for Armament and Procurement, and Dr. Fahd Al-Jarbou, CEO of Saudia Private, finally signed the contract.
Beyond the Kingdom’s borders, this agreement covers functional and technical support solutions for Air Force C130, Boeing 707, and Saab 2000 plane. Additionally, it includes provisions for maintaining ten C130 plane based in the European market at King Abdullah Air Base.
Dr. Fahd Al-Jarbou emphasized the Ministry of Defense’s role in providing cutting-edge solutions and top-notch services to the military business while expressing his pleasure in the collaboration.
He also emphasized the dedication to extending this partnership, envisioning potential collaborations that would include operations, services, and products, making use of the broad technical knowledge, cutting-edge technologies, as well as skilled workers.
Saudia Private is an expert in a wide range of military aircraft and helicopter services, including earth operations, aircraft management and maintenance, and aircraft rental. Moreover, it provides specialized goods and services to both domestic and foreign partners.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s national flag provider is called Saudia. The company, which was founded in 1945, has expanded to become one of the biggest carriers in the Middle East.
Saudi Arabia, a member of the International Air Transport Association ( IATA ) and the Arab Air Carriers Organization ( AACO ), has also joined SkyTeam, the second-largest alliance, since 2012.
SOURCE: The Ministry of Defense and Saudi Arabia Private Partnership to Improve Air Force Support Services 

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