Saudia Technic, Embraer Services & Support sign MoU

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Saudia Technic e Embraer Serviços & Suporte
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MRO DubaiSaudia Technic and Embraer Services & Support signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), commencing collaboration involving maintenance and training capabilities. The agreement aims to enhance cooperation in commercial aviation, with a focus on the E2 jets family and Executive Aviation maintenance.

Commenting on the signing of the MoU, Saudia Technic’s CEO Capt. Fahd Cynndy, said that “Through this Memorandum of Understanding, we embark on a journey of collaboration and growth. The aerospace industry in Saudi Arabia is thriving, and together with Embraer Services & Support, we are poised to make remarkable advancements. This partnership will propel us towards new horizons, shaping the future of commercial aviation and paving the way for excellence in maintenance.”

“We are very pleased to sign a broad Memorandum of Understanding with Saudia Technic. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has one of the fastest-growing aerospace industries worldwide, and Embraer Services & Support is well-positioned to advance in the region by working in partnership with Saudia Technic,” says Carlos Naufel, President and CEO, Embraer Services & Support.

Saudia Technic, a subsidiary of Saudia Group, is a leading aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) provider with a rich legacy dating back to the 1959s. With over 5,000 employees and a network of 100+ locations worldwide, Saudia Technic offers comprehensive services in line, base, components, and engines across the aviation industry. As Saudi Arabia focuses on strengthening its defence sector, Saudia Technic is poised to play a crucial role in this transformative journey.

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