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L.J. Aviation upholds ACSF's IAS standards
L.J. Aviation is one of many to be part of ACSF, whose directory is available to operators at no charge, making verification quick and easy.

L.J. Aviation of Latrobe, Pennsylvania has renewed its status on the ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS) registry.

“As strong believers in the slogan 'culture trumps everything,' safety, execution and service are deliverables created by the L.J. culture,” says president Ed Kilkeary, Jr. “Being a member of ACSF creates a vehicle to look beyond metrics and uncover the glue that makes us one.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “We congratulate L.J. Aviation on renewing its status on the IAS registry. “It has once again demonstrated its commitment to continuous improvement.”

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