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IS-BAH safety high for Georgia’s Lowe
Having operated as a family business from Middle Georgia Regional airport since 1946, Lowe Aviation is delighted to have been recognised with IS-BAH Stage I, putting in place a foundation for organic growth.

Middle Georgia Regional airport-based Lowe Aviation has met the requirements of IS-BAH Stage I.

A full service FBO, Lowe is a family-owned business that has been continuously operating at Middle Georgia since 1946.

“We take pride in providing a safe and secure environment for all our customers and employees," says president and CEO Henry Lowe. “By conforming to the stringent safety standards of an IS-BAH registration designation, we have put in place a solid foundation to help us organically grow an even stronger and more enduring internal safety culture."

IS-BAH was established through the joint efforts of IBAC and NATA as a global code to identify and promote the use of industry best practices by means of a progressive safety management system for both FBOs and business aircraft handling agencies. It follows the format and structure of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) programme and incorporates many of the guidelines of the NATA Safety 1st Ground Audit Standard as well as elements of NATA's Safety 1st programme.

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