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Sweett announces two Etihad Airways contracts

Sweett Group has announced it has won two deals with Etihad Airways including work on the construction of a new crew briefing centre at Abu Dhabi Airport.

The group’s team of project and cost managers will also work on the extension of Etihad’s training academy, including the installation of five new flight simulators.

Sweett Group’s previous and on-going commissions in the region include the Muscat and Salalah international airports in Oman and a number of high priority specialist purpose-built facilities at Dubai International Airport to serve its on-going expansion and operation.    

Sweett chief executive Dean Webster said: “I am pleased to see our global aviation experience being leveraged to serve new key clients such as Etihad Airways and Dubai Airports. Securing repeat commissions with our corporate clients is testament to our team’s ability to combine exceptional levels of service with an understanding of the intricacies of local markets, a particularly important factor across the Middle East.”

Sweett Group’s aviation experience in the UK includes providing cost management services on various projects at Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, including the refurbishment of Terminals 2 and 3.  The Group has also recently secured a commission to provide project and cost management services on a programme of investments and upgrades at St Mary’s Airport on the Isles of Scilly. 

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