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Executive Fliteways nets IAS for fifth time
Going through ACSF audit number five has left Executive Fliteways with a more cohesive and safe operation, according to its president John Grillo.

Executive Fliteways, headquartered in Ronkonkoma, New York, has renewed its status on the Air Charter Safety Foundation's Industry Audit Standard (IAS) registry for the fifth time.

“We are proud to be part of the Air Charter Safety Foundation registry and to continue to meet this high standard,” says president John Grillo. “The experience of having undergone the ACSF audit process left us with a much stronger, more cohesive and safe operation.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “We are pleased that Executive Fliteways continues to renew its status on the IAS registry. We congratulate it on its continued dedication, commitment and support of our standard.”

The IAS is an extensive audit programme 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.

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