December 28, 2018

Summit Aviation joins ACSF
Having started out with a pilot, an aircraft and a small hangar, Summit Aviation now has a fleet of aircraft and a full staff of pilots, flight instructors, aviation sales professionals and - now - membership of the ASCF.

Montana-based operator Summit Aviation has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF). Along with more than 180 other companies, the company now supports the ACSF vision to enable on-demand air charter providers, corporate flight departments and fractional programme managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry.

“We are extremely proud of our employee commitment to safety and convenience, which is integrated throughout our company's hassle-free charter service,” says general manager Janine Schwahn. “With a sharp focus on safety and operational excellence, Summit Aviation guarantees the highest level of proficiency on each and every flight.”

“No detail is spared when it comes to ensuring the safety of our clients,” she adds. “With complete transparency, we are able to provide the most cost-effective solutions to clients' most demanding challenges.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “With its passion for safety, a focus on teamwork within leadership, colleagues and employees, Summit Aviation strives for uncompromising integrity in every aspect of its daily safety practices. Becoming a member of ACSF and participating in the ASAP programme reinforces its commitment to providing the safest aircraft and flight crews for its clients.”

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