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BACA highlights enhanced levels of safety and security when booking
The Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) has recently taken steps to deliver greater safety and security when travelling on all types of privately chartered aircraft.

The Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) has recently taken steps to deliver greater safety and security when travelling on all types of privately chartered aircraft. Now that many parts of the world are being placed on the highest security alert, BACA believes it is more important than ever that flight security remains stringent and is kept to a high level at all times.

BACA is offering guidance and advice to its members to ensure they exercise maximum vigilance when taking flight requests from potential and existing clients. The association has also made available details of the relevant authorities that should be contacted if anything suspicious is noticed during the early stages of a flight request.

Chairman Tony Coe advises: "Safety and security are always our top priorities and we wish to ensure that our members are fully briefed on what they should look for when receiving a new flight request. Our member companies remain at the forefront in delivering the highest safety standards and most secure flight experience possible when travelling on all types of privately chartered aircraft, including passenger and cargo."

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