Prince Turki bin Muqrin was born in 1973, Member of the House of Saud. Prince Turki is the son of Prince Muqrin bin Abdulaziz, nephew of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, and one of King Abdulaziz’s grandson.
Prince Turki is a pilot, businessman, the CEO of Rabigh Wings Aviation Academy (RWAA), “a licensed helicopter and fixed wing pilot,”and a board member of the Saudi Aviation Club. Prince Turki is a founding shareholder of the Arabian Shield Cooperative Insurance Company, holding 2% of the company. Prince Turki founded and owns a real-estate company in Turkey. Before RWAA, Prince Turki established aviation schools in the United Kingdom and Lebanon. He is also one of the main shareholders of RWAA.
On 27 May 2012, the Royal Jordanian Air Academy (RJAA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Rabigh Wings Aviation Academy “to develop cooperation between the two academies and share experiences in the fields of aviation and aircraft maintenance.” The MoU was signed by Turki bin Muqrin bin Abdul-Aziz, and Director General of RJAA Captain Mohammed Khawaldeh.