We suggest all pilots to fly using the Royal Saudi Air Force callsign.i.e. RSFnnn (nnn stands for fligh number). However, If you are flying a plane from a foreigner country you may use the callsigns found here https://ivao.aero/specops/Callsigns.asp.
All aircrafts flying inside the Saudi Arabian airspace should comply with ICAO regulations and/or local regulations, which are the following:
In any circumstance the ATC may modify this restrictions for traffic management, separation or adjustment.
Following military airbases are available in Saudi Arabia airspace and can be used for special operations training subject to adherence with special operation's directives.
Charts of all above military as well civil airports are available at Saudi Arabia Website http://sa-ivao.net/?page=charts.
All military positions can be opened by controllers as per FRA mentioned at FRA List https://www.ivao.aero/fras/list.asp?id=SA. Please also note that Saudi Division requires IVAO members who are not registered as a member of the SA-Division to apply for the Guest Controller Approval (GCA) prior controlling within the OEJD-FIR. Further information can be obtained at Saudi Arabia Division website http://sa-ivao.net/?page=gca.
This LOA is current, last check 28FEB17