Prince Sultan Aviation Academy

Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, Jeddah Saudi Arabia

8 Full Flight Simulator Pilot Training Center which is the Official Flight School of Saudia


Type Rating

International Students



Full Flight Simulators: 2x Airbus A320, 2X A330, 2x Boeing B777, 1x B747, 1x B787 and 1x ALSIM ALX FNPT II

Airline Partnership



General Authority of Civil Aviation of Saudi Arabia

Entry Requirements

Valid and current CPL, IR, or ATPL., Fluent in English

Prince Sultan Aviation Academy (PSAA), located in Jeddah, opened in 2004 and is the official flight school of Saudi Arabian Airlines -SAUDIA. It is a simulator center approved and in accordance to the rules and regulations of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The main purpose of the training institute is to train Saudi Arabian Airlines staff as skilled flight operations personnel for domestic and international zones.

Courses offered:

  • Initial Training for Flight Deck Crew - Type Rating
  • Transition Training
  • Recurrent Training
  • Differences Training
  • Re-Qualification Training
  • Computer Based Training
  • Flight Training Devices (FTD) & Flight Management System Trainers (FMST)

Why join Prince Sultan Aviation Academy?

The simulator center has eight (8) Airbus and Boeing Full Flight Pilot Training Simulators. In addition to the Full Flight Simulators Prince Sultan Aviation Academy has:

  • 4 FTS's: 1x Boeing B777, 1x Embraer 170, 1x MD90, 1x Airbus A320 and 2x Frasca
  • 3 FMST's: 1x Boeing B747, 1x B777 and 1x MD90

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