Saudi Arabia and Ukraine signed an air transport services deal on Monday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
It includes a number of regulatory provisions related to the multiplicity of national carriers for both countries, aspects relating to air safety assurance, aviation security, the schedule of routes to be operated, and other items that enhance cooperation in air transport services.
The president of the General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA), Abdulhadi bin Ahmed Al-Mansouri, and the head of the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine, Oleksandr Bilchuk, co-signed the cooperation agreement virtually at GACA’s headquarters in Riyadh.
GACA is seeking to develop air transport in line with the latest international standards, strengthen the Kingdom’s position as a global player in the civil aviation industry, achieve financial growth and sustainability, enforce rules, regulations and procedures to ensure the safety of air transport, and build a modern airport system equipped with state-of-the-art services.