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SaudiGulf Airlines selects Rusada's Envision Technology

Posted 27 July 2017 · Add Comment

Envision, an aviation maintenance and engineering technology suite from Rusada, has been chosen by SaudiGulf Airlines.

The airline, which launched daily flights between Dammam, Jeddah, Riyadh and Abha in October 2016, will use the Envision suite to support their CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation), line maintenance, materials management and quality and safety management functions across their operation.

Announcing the deal, Rusada CEO Julian Stourton said: “SaudiGulf Airlines are committed to providing the highest quality and safety standards for their customers. In delivering that commitment, they wanted to partner with a vendor who they could work within the long-term as well as one who offered a technology platform that met their requirements”.

SaudiGulf currently operates a fleet of Airbus A320s with Bombardier C300s on order, and has an agreement in place to expand its long-haul network by working with Boeing to support the airlines wide body requirements.

Stourton added: “From a standing start, SaudiGulf has had a hugely successful launch phase and has an ambitious vision and growth plan. Our Envision solution is specifically engineered to be flexible, quick to deploy and scalable and SaudiGulf’s selection of our suite is a further endorsement of these credentials.

“SaudiGulf becomes Rusada’s 12th customer in the Middle East region and joins an active community of aviation organisations who use our technology and actively contribute to the on-going development of our solution roadmap.”

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