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Mayo Aviation renews IAS registration
The IAS sets the standard for the evaluation of safety and regulatory compliance, and its goal is for companies to complete one comprehensive audit on a recurrent basis. Mayo Aviation has achieved this for the fifth time.

Denver, Colorado-based Mayo Aviation has renewed its status on the ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS) registry.

“This is Mayo Aviation's fifth ACSF audit,” says ACSF president Bryan Burns. “It has once again demonstrated its continued commitment to high standards by renewing its status on the IAS registry.”

The IAS is an extensive audit programme specifically created for on-demand operators by a committee of Part 135 and 91K industry leaders. It is conducted every 24 months and is in-depth in its evaluation of regulatory compliance and the operator's SMS programme against both FAA and international standards.

“Mayo Aviation recognises the incredible importance of providing the highest level of aviation safety and commends the team for a fifth successful ACSF renewal,” adds CEO William 'Bill' Mayo. “We have built our corporate culture around the continuous improvement of our safety systems and utilise the ACSF audit as a benchmark that we strive to elevate each time our company is evaluated.”

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