Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has won an order from Saudi Arabian Airlines, worth up to $500m, to provide engines and TotalCare support for four Airbus A330 aircraft already announced and four options.
Rolls-Royce has won an order from Saudi Arabian Airlines, worth up to $500m, to provide engines and TotalCare support for four Airbus A330 aircraft already announced and four options. These aircraft, which are due to enter service from 2013, will be in addition to Saudi Arabian Airlines’ existing fleet of eight Trent 700 powered Airbus A330s, and will bring the total of Trent 700 powered A330s in the fleet to sixteen.
Southern Air Holdings, Inc. today announced the addition of Saudi Airlines Cargo Co. Ltd. to its list of blue chip global clients.
Saudi Arabian Airlines has placed a firm order for four additional A330-300 aircraft with Airbus, in addition to the eight ordered in July 2008, taking the total order for the type to 12. Saudi Arabia’s national airline was earlier this year nominated as the Middle East’s Leading Airline by the prestigious World Travel Awards.
Saudi Arabian Airlines, the state-owned carrier, say it is on target to complete a privatization by the second quarter of 2013, a company executive said.
Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, today announces that Saudi Arabian Airlines has successfully migrated to the Reservation and Inventory modules of its next-generation Altéa Customer Management System (CMS) and core components of the Amadeus e-Commerce suite.
Saudi Arabian Airlines and OnAir today announced an agreement to install full SwiftBroadband Mobile OnAir and WiFi Internet OnAir inflight passenger communications services on their fleet of twin-aisle Airbus A330 aircraft flying international routes. Saudi Arabian Airlines are expecting delivery of the first A330 in April 2010.
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia), Saudi Arabia’s national airline, has taken the delivery of its first Airbus A320 becoming the newest operator of the aircraft. The aircraft was acquired under a long term lease agreement with ALAFCO.
Saudi Arabian Airlines will privatise five units next year, some through public listings, to pave the way for the flotation of its core transport business, company and banking sources told Reuters news agency on Sunday.