Eve and Saudia Technic to explore MRO activities and eVTOL reassembly

Eve Air Mobility and Saudia Technic have signed an MoA to explore the potential demand of MRO activities for eVTOL aircraft in the region.

Eve and Saudia Technic to explore MRO activities and eVTOL reassembly. Image: Saudia Technic

The agreement, signed during the Future Aviation Forum in Riyadh, includes eVTOL MRO training and the evaluation of the infrastructure requirements and processes for the potential reassembly of Eve’s eVTOL in Saudi Arabia.  

“We are delighted about the collaboration with Saudia Technic, which will support the introduction and scalability of eVTOL operations in the Middle East,” said Johann Bordais, CEO of Eve. This MoA allows us to examine not only MRO activities, which are essential to ensure safety, reliability, and profitability, but also address the logistical challenges we have to deliver our eVTOL to our customers in the region.”

Fahd Cynndy, CEO of Saudia Technic, said: “This MoA is in perfect harmony with Saudi Vision 2030, as it aims to establish Saudia Technic and Eve as leaders in the air mobility sector in Saudi Arabia and the broader Middle East. By adopting cutting-edge technologies and seamlessly incorporating them into their operations, they are defining a new benchmark for aviation excellence in the region.”