The Helicopter Company has gotten a permit to work business flights from the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), and in festivity of this achievement the organization facilitated a supper service on July 28 at Crowne Plaza RDC Hotel and Convention Center in Riyadh.
CEO of The Helicopter Company Yahya Al-Ghoraibi was given the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) during the service by Yasir Al-Mayoof, collaborator to GACA president for avionics models, making the organization Saudi Arabia’s first national business helicopter administrator.
During his discourse, Al-Ghoraibi said that getting the Air Operator Certificate is a symbol of respect and puts incredible duty on the organization as the primary business helicopter administrator in the kingdom.
“The Helicopter Company is lined up with the Saudi Vision 2030 to give the best help administrations to the transportation business when all is said in done, and the flying business explicitly, as a noteworthy column pushing the improvement of both the business and the travel industry parts,” he said. Al-Ghoraibi finished up his discourse by saying thanks to the GACA for their help and trust in the organization.
Completely possessed by the Public Investment Fund (PIF), The Helicopter Company was built up in 2018 with an underlying capital of SR565 million ($151 million). The organization will give private transportation benefits inside the primary urban communities of Saudi Arabia, just as touring outings to different the travel industry attractions around the Kingdom.
In addition, it will give access to remote goals, offering a top of the line understanding on a standard with other worldwide goals.
The dispatch of The Helicopter Company is in accordance with PIF’s methodology to create reasonable returns, set up and grow new divisions in Saudi Arabia and bolster the acknowledgment of Vision 2030 by going about as an impetus for the Kingdom’s incipient the travel industry area.