JETSTREAM signs exclusive contract with NASAIR to provide A320 Captains and First Officers

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JETSTREAM Aviation Academy has signed a long-term agreement with NASAIR to provide pilot assessment and provisioning services.

Under the terms of the recruitment services agreement,  JETSTREAM – the EASA and UAE GCAA Approved Training Organisation (ATO) – will supply the leading airline of Saudi Arabia with Airbus A320 qualified Captains and First Officers.

JETSTREAM will undertake a recruitment campaign, providing services including screening and assessment on applicants’ qualifications and personality, and forwarding suitable candidates to the airline.

Capt. John Diskos, JETSTREAM Chief Executive and Head of Training, said: “We are delighted to be working with NASAIR the leading Airline of Saudi Arabia on this vitally important part of their continuing expansion strategy. As a specialist in training and crew provisioning, JETSTREAM is able to offer efficient and cost-effective solutions to airlines.

“Our services reduce our partner airlines’ recruitment and training costs, ensure continuity of their flight operations and contribute to improving operational efficiency. There’s a strong business case for outsourcing the provisioning service, leaving the airline to focus on what it does best – providing exceptional service to its customers.”

Capt. Mansoor Al Harbi, Executive Director of Flight Operations of NASAIR, said: “NASAIR has become one of the region’s top international airlines by pursuing a policy of excellence in everything we do. We are in close cooperation with JETSTREAM Aviation Academy as we move into the next phase of our fleet and route expansion.”

JETSTREAM offers flight deck crew selection, training and provisioning to airlines customized to their requirements. Tailor-made programmes provide a range of benefits to existing or start-up airlines. JETSTREAM maintains a pool of experienced Captains, First Officers and Cabin Crew, trained and screened according to the highest standards, thus saving airlines the time and expenses of early-stage recruitment. 

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