In alignment with Vision 2030 objectives, Saudi Arabia pushes to localize specialized labor in the field of Aeronautics. Saudi Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI), the maintenance, repair and overhaul division of Saudi Arabian Airlines and Prince Sultan Aviation Academy (PSAA) have signed a joint cooperation agreement with U.S. Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology for exchanging training experiences, qualifying national cadres and enhancing the quality of training in the field of aircraft maintenance. The agreement would provide consultations in the field of aircraft maintenance for SAEI employees as well supporting SAEI’s technical school with specialized trainers and expertise to enhance the quality of output. There will also be opportunities for workshops and training programs held at the headquarters of the PSAA.
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