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Aviation Australia extends Royal Saudi Air Force training agreement

written by australianaviation.com.au | November 28, 2013

Aviation Australia has extended its growing relationship with the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF), with the signing of an agreement to deliver specialised training in mechanics or avionics to a second group of trainees.

The new group includes experienced technicians upgrading their skills to the latest international standards, as well as a students beginning careers as aircraft maintenance engineers. The 30-month course begins in December.

The first tranche of RSAF graduates completed training in September this year.

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