January 21, 2019

Denver operator joins ACSF after demonstrating safety precision
The Air Charter Safety Foundation is fast approaching 200 members and many of them have signed up to its Aviation Safety Action Programme in association with the FAA. Precision Aircraft Management is the latest.

Denver-based Precision Aircraft Management (PAM) has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF). The firm has become the latest aviation-based company to participate in the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) created in co-operation between the ACSF and the FAA.

Along with more than 185 other member companies, PAM supports the ACSF's vision to advance and enable the highest levels of safety in personal and business aviation through the promotion and facilitation of risk management programmes.

Says chief pilot Anthony Remboldt: “We're extremely happy to be new members of the ASCF. We were alerted to the foundation and its work by the FAA in response to our interest in ASAP reporting. I have to say that one of our goals as being part of the ASCF is to bring us valuable ASAP reports and enable us to collaborate with other flight industry partners to promote safety and growth.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “Precision Aircraft Management has the shared attitude among its team members that safety, above and beyond what is considered regulatory, must be a core value for their company.”

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