Airhub Airlines is pleased to announce that it has received the GACAR PART-129 approval from the General Civil Aviation Authority of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (GACA). This approval will allow the Maltese carrier to operate flights to and from Saudi Arabia on its call sign, a fast-growing market in Middle East. Airhub Airlines is already slated to deploy its widebody and narrowbody fleet in the region, with plans to perform Hajj and Umrah operations alongside its long-term partners during the second quarter of 2023.
“At Airhub Airlines, we are dedicated to expanding our presence in the Middle East, and the GACAR Part-129 approval will allow us to capitalize on the growth of the aviation sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which is a key market in the region. Our focus remains on developing our capabilities to support our clients’ global expansion and providing them with the necessary opportunities to tap into new markets” commented Haris Coloman, Airhub Airlines CEO.
About Airhub Airlines:
Airhub Airlines is an IOSA certified non-scheduled carrier, offering passenger, cargo, ACMI and aircraft management services. Holding a Maltese AOC with a soaring fleet of narrow and wide-body aircraft. Airhub Airlines is a part of Airhub Aviation, a group of companies with its headquarters in Malta and commercial office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Airhub Aviation offers a range of modern Airbus family aircraft, aviation training, and aircraft management services for lessors and asset management entities with in-house MRO capabilities.