Al Salam Aircraft Company

 Al Salam Aircraft Company

Al Salam Aircraft Company شركة السلام للطائرات
King Khalid Int'l Airport Industrial Park
P.O. Box 8012
Riyadh, 11482, Saudi Arabia
Tel +966 1 220 3966, Fax  +966 1 220 3973
www.alsalam.aero

Ownership:  a limited liability company shareholders consist of Boeing Industrial Technology Group (BITG) (50%), Saudi Arabian Airlines (25%), Saudi Advanced Industries Company (10%), Gulf Investment Company (10%), and the National Industrialization Company (5%).


Alsalam Aircraft Company is located in Industrial Park at the King Khalid International Airport north of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. Alsalam provides technical services to operators of commercial aircraft, business jets and VIP aircraft.  These services include maintenance and modifications, system upgrades, aircraft painting, and VIP aircraft interior design and refurbishments.

A, B, C and D checks on commercial aircraft.  NDI.  Composite repairs.  VIP interior design and refurbishment.  Airframe modifications and avionics system upgrades. Alsalam Aircraft Company has over 2,500 staff members.

Aircraft Serviced:
747, 737, BBJ, 727, 707, L-1011, A300, G3 & G4.

Certifying Agencies
GACA (Saudi Arabia), FAA, EASA, Bahrain CAA, ISO 9001, AS 9100, AS 9110.
Al Salam Aircraft Company News
Nov19

Alsalam Aircraft Company has signed a new teaming agreement with Marshall Aerospace to develop MRO capabilities for C-130.This teaming agreement, which extends the business relations between the two companies, will provide the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) with a cost-effective C-130 modification, maintenance and repair services. Read More »»»
Sep6

Riyadh, the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council (USSABC)  reported, Saudi Aramco recently signed a contract with Alsalam Aircraft Company (Alsalam) to maintain its fleet of Boeing 737 Next Generation (NG) aircraft. Read More »»»
Apr17

Recently, Alsalam Aircraft Company has welcomed Mrs. Ghaida Abdullatif, Syrian Arab Airlines Managing Director & CEO, who visited the company for the first time after the Syrian Air 2 Boeing-747SP’s were inducted for heavy maintenance. Read More »»»
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