Singapore and Saudi Arabia Civil Aviation Authorities sign MOU and upgrade air services agreement to strengthen hub-to-hub collaboration


The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of Saudi Arabia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and upgraded their bilateral Air Services Agreement (ASA) to
strengthen collaboration between the two air hubs. The MOU and the upgraded ASA were signed by Mr Han Kok Juan, Director-General of CAAS, and H.E. Abdulaziz Al Duailej, President of GACA, at the sidelines of the Changi Aviation Summit.

The new CAAS-GACA MOU provides a platform for the two civil aviation authorities to conduct regular exchanges and broad-based technical cooperation in various areas, including civil aviation infrastructure, civil aviation operations and
assets management, digitisation of passenger experience, safety, security and environmental protection and technology adoption. As part of this cooperation, CAAS and GACA will undertake expert visits to share experience and relevant scientific and technical information. CAAS and GACA will also work together to support training and provide opportunities for participation in projects, jointly organised seminars, conferences, workshops sessions and training courses.

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