CAA International (CAAi) and The National Security Services Company (SAFE) of Saudi Arabia have signed a framework agreement for training and advisory services in aviation security.

The agreement was signed on Monday by Matthew Margesson, Interim Managing Director at CAAi and Turki Bin Matooq Al-Thonayan, Chief Executive Officer at SAFE.

Speaking after the signing, Margesson said:

“We are really delighted to formalise this framework agreement and eagerly look forward to collaborating with SAFE. This agreement underscores our unwavering commitment to enhancing global aviation safety and security standards in civil aviation, including working in partnership with Saudi Arabia. As the Kingdom progresses towards its goal of 330 million passengers annually by 2030, our regulatory assistance is poised to support the safe and secure expansion of civil aviation in Saudi Arabia.”

Expressing his delight at signing this agreement, Al-Thonayan added:

“Security, safety and firefighting play a vital role in the aviation ecosystem to achieve seamless movement, Non-Aeronautical Revenue, and Operational Efficiency. This framework agreement with CAAi will strengthen SAFE positioning as the most trusted aviation sector security partner in Saudi Arabia and the region.”

Matthew Margesson, Interim Managing Director at CAAi and Turki Bin Matooq Al-Thonayan CEO at SAFE signing the framework contract.

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