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Sky Prime licensed for part 151 to operate ground handling services

Posted 22 March 2018 · Add Comment

Sky Prime has become the first Saudi private aviation company licensed the part 151 to operate ground handling services.

The Vice President of the General Authority of Civil Aviation of aviation standards sector Yasser Mansour Almayuf handed to CEO of Sky Prime Aviation Services Captain Mamdouh Mokhtar the certificate of Ground handling Services operator Part 151, in Riyadh 20th March 2018.

Vice President Yasser Al-Mayouf endorse the importance of operational licenses as it has an active role in supporting the Saudi aviation sector and the importance of the role of Authority to support companies operating in the field that would constitute an important economic turn and achieve balance in the market supply and demand in the Saudi market especially after the  immediately begin and expansion of companies and he praised the great efforts made by the Civil Aviation Authority , Referring to the periodic follow-up steps that it intends to produce to determine the performance of the operating companies and to evaluate them continuously, which comes within the framework of providing the opportunity for the private sector, to participate in the provision and investment of services .

He also praised the efforts of Sky Prime Aviation Services to achieve efficiency and advanced systems to develop its services in terrestrial services which is not surprising to them under the strategy of development and sustainable growth that  giving them opportunities to operate and compete with the support of the Civil Aviation Authority.

Sky Prime CEO (A), Captain Mamdouh Mokhtar expressed his pleasure for receiving the Part 151 certificate to operate ground handling services, that made Sky Prime  to be the first Saudi private aviation company to receive this license.

Captain  Mamdouh Mokhtar, Sky Prime CEO (A) said: "In line with the Saudi vision 2030, we look forward for Sky prime leadership in the aviation sector, within our development strategy that enables us to gain the trust of our customers in all of our aviation services. Sky Prime is the largest private aviation operator in the Middle East, with a full range of services to meet market needs including aircraft management, charter flights, maintenance and technical support, ground handling services, aviation consultancy and project management”. Capt. Mamdooh added: "We are proud to be a strong ally in cooperation with the Civil Aviation Authority and all agencies operating in the Saudi aviation industry to provide aviation services in accordance with the highest international standards to meet all the needs required by this vital sector."

 

 

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