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BACA branding to appear on GlobeAir fleet
Austrian VLJ operator GlobeAir and the Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) have launched an initiative which will see the association's logo displayed on aircraft around the world, starting with GlobeAir's fleet of Citation Mustangs.
Read this story in our October 2015 printed issue.

Austrian VLJ operator GlobeAir and the Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) have launched an initiative which will see the association's logo displayed on aircraft around the world, starting with GlobeAir's fleet of Citation Mustangs. The aim is to reassure passengers that the operator complies with all regulatory requirements. GlobeAir ceo Bernhard Fragner is a member of the BACA council: “Being a member of this prestigious organisation is a remarkable certification of excellence and premium quality service. I am sure that by displaying the logo our commitment to high standards is further underlined.”

BACA has also launched a series of online training courses, in association with TSA Training, designed to deliver a set of accredited standards for charter brokers and those involved in the brokering industry.

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