Who We Are Aircraft Accessories and Components Company (AACC) is an entity of the Economic Offset Program established under the auspices of Ministry of Defense and Aviation.

AACC is Saudi Arabia’s leading components maintenance organization, headquartered in Jeddah, located on the north east corner of King Abdulaziz International Airport, close to a major customer.

CEO Message :

"We are committed to serve the country and the people"

Dr. Mansour Bin-Eid

AACC offers cost-effective labor rates and a turnkey service, which is of vital importance in the increasingly competitive aviation industry. AACC’s workshops are internationally renowned for their efficient servicing and quick turn-around of products to keep the customer airplanes where they belong, in the air.

Our dedicated team provides a wealth of capability and world-class technical expertise as expected from our customers. With its sophisticated facilities and vast range of capabilities, AACC is the natural choice as prime contractor for all aircraft component maintenance requirements, whether it is a flag carrier, commuter airline, an owner operator, a corporate or military establishment. AACC provides its clients with total support.


AACC Established


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100,000 m²








Increase customer confidence & satisfaction, achieve high levels of growth and invest in our people.


To be the leading provider of Military and Commercial Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) solutions in the region.


1Jan, 2017
Gitex 2016

New Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Campus in Jeddah, KSA

As part of its growth strategy, AACC has identified significant opportunities to support the creation of a new Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) campus in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia KSA. The new campus is targeted to be an essential element in the strategic development of KSA Aerospace & Defense Industry. It will focus on three key business lines, namely Civil and Military Landing Gear, Turbines and Aircraft Components and Systems.These opportunities grow from a strong in-kingdom business foundation and give AACC confidence to develop its business over the next 10 years and beyond. The proposed new campus is intended to capitalize on the current economic growth in the region whereby the strategic importance of its petrochemical industry resource has resulted in a large and growing aircraft market that is not supported by an indigenous local maintenance, repair and overhaul infrastructure.

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