Aerospace design and certification company AeroDAC signed a business alliance agreement yesterday with Saudi Arabia's Arabian Jets to deliver aviation design certification, training and consultancy services across the Middle East and North Africa region.
The agreement was signed at Arabian Jets headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia by Carl Thomas, AeroDAC director of certification and Anas Rayes, president of Arabian Jets.
Arabian Jets is a premier aircraft engineering consultancy operating in the region with offices in Jeddah, Riyadh, Amman and Beirut. Arabian Jets has many years of experience in aviation affairs including aircraft technical management, engineering and maintenance services, pilot training management and human capital building. Arabian Jets provides operational and logistical worldwide support to all sectors of aviation, from airlines to single aircraft owners.
AeroDAC is a European Aviation Safety Agency-approved design organisation, with capabilities in every aspect of aerospace design and approval. With specialist knowledge gained from both the regulatory and industry perspectives, AeroDAC offers design certification of modifications and repairs, training and consultancy to the highest standards.
Thomas said: "We see the MENA region and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia in particular as a key market in the aviation sector. We are delighted to be part of the Arabian Jets alliance, collaborating with quality partners in offering a complete range of services across this region."
Source: Flight Daily News