JEDDAH: Saudi aviation chiefs have launched a series of initiatives aimed at improving the quality of services at the Kingdom’s airports.
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) is targeting eight sectors of civil aviation and logistics within the National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP).
The NIDLP is one of the Kingdom’s key Vision 2030 projects aimed at transforming the country into a leading industrial power and logistics platform.
The GACA initiatives will include the expansion of airports and air cargo services, improvements in aviation safety, the further development of navigation systems, flight scheduling, a review of domestic air ticket pricing, support for Saudi airlines, technology and innovation projects, and the overall improvement of customer experience at airports.
GACA is the national institution of the Kingdom in charge of aviation and related matters. It emerged from the former Presidency of Civil Aviation.