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Saudia Private Aviation signs long term agreement with Wyvern

Posted 21 September 2016 · Add Comment

Saudia Private Aviation (SPA) has signed a long-term agreement with Wyvern to implement a comprehensive programme ensuring that SPA achieves the highest standard of safety and quality possible.

In delivering its services, Wyvern will provide updated operational and technical manuals to SPA which comply with newly implemented regulations of the Saudi Arabian General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA); assess, enhance and implement safety best practices on an on-going basis across SPA’s global operations, and provide ongoing assistance that supports the company’s internal systems and processes. 

“We are very pleased to have the support of Wyvern as we continue to offer the best possible level of safety and service to our private aviation clients,” said Captain Hamza Ghouth, general manager of SPA Flight Operations, “and this partnership reflects our company’s commitment to always strive to be better, never resting on our achievements.”

Art Dawley, CEO of Wyvern added: “This partnership indicates SPA’s total commitment to risk management across its global operations.  Wyvern is pleased to offer its comprehensive Safety, Quality and Risk Management suite of services to SPA on an on-going basis and we appreciate SPA’s commitment to a proactive safety culture throughout its organisation.”

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