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Vegas-based operator goes all-in for safety
Founded in 2010, NV Jets is the only triple-safety-rated aircraft charter operator in the state of Nevada that meets Wyvern Wingman, AR/GUS Platinum and IS-BAO Stage 2 safety standards.

NV Jets of Las Vegas has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation. The ACSF is a voluntary 200-member organisation whose mission is to enable and promote the highest levels of safety in private and business aviation.

“Safety is my number-one obsession,” explains NV Jets founder and CEO Laura Penly. “Due to our highly focused, daily commitment to all aspects of safety, we're the only operator in Nevada that's achieved IS-BAO Stage 2 certification, and also has Wyvern Wingman and AR/GUS Platinum ratings.”

For NV Jets and other members that represent the business, charter and fractional ownership industry, their allegiance to the ACSF's code helps them to offer the public the safest air transportation products, and to provide them with objective information about these standards and services.

“NV Jets has a very impressive safety record, and we are proud to welcome to the foundation,” says ACSF president Bryan Burns.

Founded in 2010, NV Jets is the only triple-safety-rated aircraft charter operator in the state of Nevada that meets Wyvern Wingman, AR/GUS Platinum and IS-BAO Stage 2 safety standards. The aviation company guarantees its travellers plane-side limousine departures and arrivals at McCarran airport in Las Vegas. It is also a recipient of the 2017 and 2018 Best of Las Vegas awards in the Airline/Charter category.

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