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Infinity Company ISS, the leading company in the field of vertical aviation has signed an agreement with FlightSafety International to design, manufacture and support full flight simulators and other advanced technology training devices for the ISS Aviation Academy. The first phase of the agreement includes a Sikorsky S92 full flight simulator. It is expected to enter service by the end of 2014 and will be the first Sikorsky S92 simulator installed in the Middle East and the fifth in the world. The simulator will be used to provide training to pilots and other aviation professionals who will operate and support the S92. In addition to the simulator, FlightSafety will provide ISS with training programs, courseware and manuals. FlightSafety will also operate the S92 simulator for a period of two years and provide training for ISS simulator technicians. This new simulator and training program will enhance Infinity’s ability to fulfill customer needs in the KSA and position the company as the premiere source for aviation training. Mr. Salem Abaid AlMuzaini, CEO of Infinity company, and Salem Muzaini, CEO of Infinity, are confident that the agreement with FlightSafety will bring positive results. It will help to increase the standards of Infinity to unprecedented levels, and create confidence and trust among customers. Signing agreements with large highly experienced companies with an excellent international reputation also reinforces the position of the Infinity, and increases its presence in the Saudi market. " The high quality training provided by the ISS Aviation Academy will advance the development of the aviation sector in the Kingdom. The academy will adhere to international standards of excellence in the field of aviation training. It will also contribute to the development of the local aviation sector by graduating highly skilled pilots who are qualified according to the high standards of the Civil Aviation Authority. Recent studies indicate that the Middle East region will need 20 thousands pilots in the next ten years, which means the rate of 2,000 pilots per year. This academy was established for the purpose of fulfilling this need for pilots and to support and develop aviation in KSA. It is considered to be the only academy in KSA that provides a combination of the latest aircraft and advanced technology simulation equipment. This will ensure that the students receive the very best training.



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