8th of June 2015, 12:15 PM
We are pleased to announce that the Saudi Arabian aircraft managment and operator Arabasco, has agreed on an MoU for aircraft registration matters in Aruba. The agreement with The Registry of Aruba and legal counsel Gomez & Bikker was signed in the presence of the Minister of Transport of Aruba Otmar Oduber.
Chief commercial officer for Arabasco, Abdallah Bin Radwan Al Cherry said: "We are pleased with this arrangement and look forward to passing the benefits of our relationship on to our clients".
The Department of Civil Aviation of Aruba has already approved Arabasco's Part 145 Maintenance Repair Organisation allowing required work to be performed in Saudi Arabia. CEO of the Registry of Aruba Jorge Colindres said: "Our relationship goes back 20 years and this allows for even greater mutual growth."
Arabasco will surely benefit from the vast experience of The Registry of Aruba in registration matters, but also from the safety oversight services offered by the Registry with its dedicated team consisting of former national aviation administration inspectors and surveyors with extensive industry knowledge, delivering both regulatory and technical services in compliance with ICAO SARP's, EASA, FAA, Transport Canada, Brazil and other global civil aviation authorities.
By IASO News Department