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A team mainly comprised of Saudi youth are assembling 22 Hawk aircraft following more than two years of international training.
Hawk ‘training wheels’ for the future pilots of the ‘Eurofighter Typhoon Jets.’
Eurofighter Typhoon Jets. Beast’s new toys. He supposedly has 72 of them. More than anybody in the Middle East. Bombs away!
The first Hawk jet training aircraft assembled and manufactured locally in Saudi Arabia was inaugurated on Sunday by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.
He unveiled the plane at the King Abdulaziz Air Base in the Eastern Province.
During his visit, Prince Mohammed was briefed on the various stages of assembling and manufacturing of the main parts of the jet by Saudi youth.
After the assembly, the plane was tested rigorously and passed.
On Sunday, the plane took off on its test flight after it was officially launched by the Crown Prince.
Saudi youth comprise more than 70 per cent of the project’s team. They are assembling 22 Hawk aircraft in total following more than two years of international training.
The Saudi-British Defense Cooperation Program, in collaboration with BAE Systems, oversaw the training of Saudi youth with the participation of more than 25 national companies.
The move comes within the framework of Saudi’s strategy to empower national military industries, support the national economy and create quality jobs under its ambitious 2030 Vision.
Earlier this year, the CEO of state-owned Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI) confirmed that it aims to generate $10bn in revenue over the next five years.
SAMI, established in May 2017 by the Public Investment Fund, wants exports to account for 30 per cent of its revenue by 2030, Andreas Schwer told Reuters.
The company aims to localise 50 per cent of military spending by 2030, he added.
BAE Nears Signing $800m Saudi Hawk Deal. Reuters. Monday, May 12, 2012.
UK defence firm BAE is close to signing a deal to sell up to 30 Hawk aircraft to Saudi Arabia, according to reports.
BAE Systems is close to sealing a 500 million ($808 million) deal to sell up to 30 Hawk trainer aircraft to Saudi Arabia, the Sunday Times reported.
The sale would provide some welcome relief for the defence giant, which is battling against shrinking defence budgets in Europe and America.
Saudi Arabia has ordered 72 Eurofighter Typhoon jets from BAE and needs the Hawks to train its pilots.
The order is expected to be finalised within the next few months but it is likely to come too late to save the 845 jobs at BAE’s Hawk factory in Brough, Yorkshire, which is set to close.
BAE is Britain’s biggest manufacturing company, with 100,000 employees around the globe. It is building two aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy and is a key partner on the Joint Strike Fighter, the world’s biggest military aircraft programme.
BAE declined comment when contacted by Reuters.