Saudi Airlines closes Dubai Airshow with signing two aerospace agreements

Saudi Arabian Airlines, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, concluded today its participation at Dubai Airshow 2019, which kicked off last Sunday, November 17, at Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai.

Saudi Airlines signed two agreements with Boeing and Honeywell to provide technical support services in the field of flight planning and auxiliary energy.

Saudi Airlines has agreed with Boeing to renew its digital navigation map service for the next five years. The agreement includes the introduction of Boeing’s leading electronic aviation solutions, and Jeppesen’s FliteDeck Pro package, which provides Saudi Airlines with the mainline service and special flight operations.

Saudi Airlines has also signed an agreement with Honeywell, a global manufacturer of gas turbine auxiliary power units, to extend maintenance services to auxiliary power units on the Airbus A330 and Boeing B777 fleet.