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PrivateFlite joins ACSF and will follow up with ASAP
PrivateFlite has bases in Texas and Indiana and has brought the ACSF's membership to almost 190 companies. As with every ACSF member, safety and risk mitigation are its core concerns.

PrivateFlite Aviation of Fort Worth, Texas has become the latest charter operator to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF). The operator, which also has a base in Sellersburg, Indiana, has also signed up to ACSF's Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), a voluntary, self-reporting scheme developed by ACSF in cooperation with the FAA.

Close to 190 companies are now part of the ACSF, enabling the highest levels of safety through robust risk management procedures.

PrivateFlite's director of safety Scott Braden says: “We are extremely pleased to join in partnership with Air Charter Safety Foundation, supporting our safety efforts and building upon industry best practices. We strive to deliver the 'ultimate client experience' by providing the utmost attention to detail. Our team of experienced professionals continually focuses on keeping safety as the top priority.”

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