United Aviation Technology Services (United ATS) proudly announces the successful completion of the inaugural Instrument Flight Procedures (IFP) Design for the Red Sea International Airport (RSI).
These meticulously crafted flight procedures, tailored to meet the highest aviation standards, have been officially published in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s eAIP in a supplementary bulletin released on September 12th.
This achievement stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts of United ATS, working closely with stakeholders, led by GACA, and other stakeholders such as SANS, Red Sea Global (RSG), NAPJV, DAAi, Saudi Airlines, Flyadeal, and Flynas. Together, this consortium has prioritized aviation safety compliance within the precincts of the Red Sea International Airport, ensuring seamless integration with Saudi airspace regulations.
Within the context of United ATS’s rich portfolio, Red Sea International Airport assumes a pivotal role among the array of airports with which United ATS has collaboratively engaged in the Middle East region, notably within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This milestone solidifies United ATS’s position as a leading force in aviation technology and consultancy services, dedicated to fostering aviation connectivity while upholding the most stringent benchmarks of safety and quality within the region