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Sky Prime named as gold sponsor to Saudi International Airshow

Posted 5 February 2019 · Add Comment

Sky Prime, the largest private aviation operator in the Middle East, has been named a gold sponsor to the Saudi International Airshow, the first event of its kind for Saudi Arabia taking places in Riyadh on 12-14 March, 2019.

 

Riyadh-based Sky Prime Aviation Services operates a fleet of executive jets providing its customers with VIP charter, aircraft management and other aviation services and is named today as a Gold Sponsor for the inaugural event.

Captain Mamdouh Mokhtar, Sky Prime CEO said: “We are proud to be a strong ally in cooperation with the Saudi Airshow, as well as the Civil Aviation Authority and all agencies operating in the Saudi aviation industry. We aim to provide aviation services in accordance with the highest international standards to meet all the needs required by this vital sector. In line with the Saudi vision 2030, we look forward to Sky Prime’s leadership in the aviation sector, which is exemplified by our Gold Sponsorship for this important event. It also aligns with our development strategy which focuses on gaining the trust of customers in all of our aviation services.”

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), which currently oversees economic and safety regulation, air navigation services and the operations of Saudi Arabia’s 27 existing airports, has awarded Sky Prime Operator Certificates under GACA Part 121 Unscheduled (Commercial), GACA Part 121 Special Unscheduled (Commercial), GACA Part 125 Private Operations and GACA Part 145 repair station. Sky Prime is also the first Saudi private aviation company to obtain Part 151 for providing ground handling services the certificates demonstrate Sky Prime’s commitment to maintaining the highest levels of training and standards.

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