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ADAE 2013: PrivatAir signs contract with Saudia Private Aviation

Posted 6 March 2013 · 1 Comment

PrivatAir has announced at Abu Dhabi Air Expo 2013 that it has signed a contract with Saudia Private Aviation (SPA) that will encompass training SPA's existing cabin crew as well as coaching in specific areas of on-board service.

The first group of SPA's 20 cabin crew are scheduled to commence their VVIP service training with PrivatAir in early April 2013, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

 
 
From left to right: Thomas Vrancken, vice president PrivatTraining, PrivatAir, Wajdi Abdullah Al-Idrissi, managing director, SPA, Greg Thomas, president & CEO, PrivatAir. 
 
Victor Grove, senior vice president selection, training and customer service for PrivatAir, said: "Following on from the Royal Flight of Oman, we now have an opportunity to demonstrate our level of service in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."
 
SPA's company director general, Khalid Abdullah Almolhem, said: "It is our prime objective to continually improve our services so that we always remain ahead with our competitors and exceed our clients' expectations, in order to win their absolute loyalty. Following the tradition of Saudi Arabian Airlines, we are determined to build on our commitments by training our staff and crew to the apex of excellence."

 

1 Comment for ADAE 2013: PrivatAir signs contract with Saudia Private Aviation

Gibson Cras

posted 1 year ago

That's great new, sounds just like the type of break PrivatAir need!

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