December 4, 2018

Club Jet Charter sets the safety bar high
Club Jet Charter has gone 'above and beyond' the stringent safety requirements and high standards laid out by the Air Charter Safety Foundation. The operator joins more than 180 companies that have passed the audit.

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Maine-based Club Jet Charter is the latest operator to join the Air Charter Safety Fondation (ACSF).

“At Club Jet, safety is at the foundation of all our services,” says president Brandon Luthens. “Our steadfast dedication to passenger safety and security is supported by a comprehensive and ongoing programme of internal review and audits. Our membership heightens the validity of our commitment to safety, and we're very pleased to have the support of the ACSF.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “Club Jet has the shared attitude among its team members that safety above and beyond what is considered regulatory must be a core value for its company. “We are delighted that it will be participating in the ACSF-ASAP programme as well.”

The ACSF has developed the industry audit standard, an all-inclusive audit tailored for Part 135 and 91K operators that acts as a detailed gap analysis of an operator's management practices. The audit programme consists of a thorough review of an operator's processes, procedures and regulatory compliance and the operator's implementation of and adherence to a safety management system.

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