Aviation Australia Announces Establishment of Saudi Arabia Company
09/09/2014

Aviation Australia has now established a company Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE), in Saudi Arabia.

Online PR News – 09-September-2014 – Brisbane QLD – Aviation Australia has now established a company Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE), in Saudi Arabia with it’s in country partner, Shamal Investments. This is a significant milestone for Aviation Australia, extending the global presence of the company into the Middle East.

In April of this year, Aviation Australia announced success in securing a five-year training contact with the Saudi Arabian Government’s Colleges of Excellence.

Aviation Australia’s training college is located at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh and includes a comprehensive hangar and aircraft maintenance training environment. Admissions are now open for students who will commence training in December 2014.

The Chief Executive Officer of Aviation Australia, Mr Bill Horrocks, said “This is another exciting step in our partnership in the Kingdom and a substantial achievement in expanding our global footprint. I am extremely proud of Aviation Australia’s staff and their involvement in securing this long term investment for the company.”

The Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence leverages Aviation Australia’s existing expertise in aircraft maintenance engineer training. Established in 2001, Aviation Australia has been delivering international qualifications in aircraft maintenance engineering for customers including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Emirates, Etihad and Air Asia along with a number of Saudi Arabian clients including the Royal Saudi Air Force.

Aviation Australia is a leading supplier of aviation and aerospace training in both the Australian and international markets, providing graduates with the necessary skills and training to support the aviation industry worldwide. Over the next five years, 2500 Saudi Arabian students will receive training at Aviation Australia’s College in Riyadh.