Aviation Link assists buyers

EBACE Convention News » 2010
May 10, 2010, 12:12 PM

Abdulaziz A. Al Rowaished, president and CEO of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia-based Aviation Link, is no stranger to Middle East owners and operators. He and his company have helped many clients through the difficult process of buying a private aircraft. Recently, he played good shepherd to a Gulfstream G550 buyer, whose airplane is now being operated by NetJets Middle East on behalf of the owner. 

But Al Rowaished’s latest project is one of considerably larger proportion: a Boeing 777-200LR on which the interior completion work is to begin at Amac Aerospace of Basel (Booth No. 1079) later this year. The airplane is due for delivery in the second half of 2012, to an unidentified private owner. 

“We don’t really need a high profile,” said Al Rowaished, “When you do a good job, your work speaks for itself.”

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