Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI)
|Wholly owned subsidiary|
|Industry||Aerospace Aircraft MRO|
|Headquarters 🏙️||Saudi Arabia, Jeddah|
Area served 🗺️
|Fahd Hamzh Cynndy (CEO)|
|Products 📟||Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul|
Number of employees
|Parent||Saudi Arabian Airlines|
Saudia Aerospace Engineering Industries (SAEI) is the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) division of SAUDIA airlines based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia at King Abdulaziz International Airport. With more than 5,000 Technical Operations employees and 45 maintenance stations worldwide. Its CEO is Fahd Hamzh Cynndy who is also an executive board member at Saudi Ground Services (SGS).
SAEI holds a GACA, FAA, EASA, IOSA, UAE GCAA, CAAP Philippines, ISO-9001:2008, Qatar QCAA, Kuwait DGCA, The Cayman Islands CAACI, Bangladesh CAAB, KSA SAC, A2LA, and GACA 147 for the Technical Training School.
Line Maintenance, EcoPower Engine Wash, Light & Heavy Maintenance including major modifications/repairs, engine change, borescope inspection, SSI's, upgrades, cabin refurbishment & seats reupholster and aircraft recovery, Component and Engine/APU Repair & Overhaul, Thrust Reverser Repair, Industrial Parts Repair, Engineering, Non-Destructive Testing, Equipment & Tooling Calibration and Fluid Analysis, Fleet Technical Management including aircraft/vendor selection, fleet integration, development/planning of maintenance events, MCC, Technical Training, Supply Chain & Logistics and GSE Maintenance.
- Commercial Aircraft:
Boeing 747 Classic, Boeing 747-400, Boeing 747-8, Boeing 777, Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-11F, Embraer ERJ170, Airbus A320 family, Airbus A330 and the Boeing 787.
- Business & Private Jets:
Grumman Gulfstream II, Grumman Gulfstream III, Grumman Gulfstream IV, Dassault Falcon 900, Dassault Falcon 7X and Hawker 400XP.
CF34, CFM56 and soon General Electric GE90 & GE115.
King Abdulaziz International Airport - Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Main line maintenance locations are:
- Riyadh (RUH) – King Khalid International Airport
- Dammam (DMM) – King Fahd International Airport
- Medina (MED) – Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport
- Dubai (DXB) – Dubai International Airport
- Cairo (CAI) – Cairo International Airport
New Maintenance Facility
In 2013, SAEI broke ground on a 10,764,000 -square-foot (1,000,000 m2) new facility at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, KSA. The new facility houses 12 hangars, a state of the art warehousing facility, a shop complex, and a new engine overhaul center with a 150K Lb/Thrust test cell and is expected to employ over 7500 technical & engineering staff by 2018.
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- Aircraft maintenance
- Design for repair
- Logistics center
- Product Lifecycle Management
- Reliability engineering
- Scheduled maintenance
- Total productive maintenance
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