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Journey commits to aviation safety through renewal
Journey is one of 215 companies that are part of the Air Charter Safety Foundation, a non-profit organisation that stands for the very highest standards in aviation safety.

Florida-based Journey Aviation has renewed its membership to the Air Charter Safety Foundation, and will continue to be one of the ACSF's 215 member companies. The ACSF is a non-profit aviation safety organisation that provides programmes to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.

“We're very happy to once again commit ourselves to the ranks of ACSF membership and take advantage of everything it brings to aviation safety,” says Journey Aviation CEO and founding member Fabian Bello. “Safety in our industry, in every respect, has never been more critical, and our participation in the ACSF showcases our commitment to that high level of safety.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “I'm delighted that Journey Aviation has renewed its ACSF membership. It continues to set very high standards by participating in comprehensive training as well as well as third-party safety audits. That's precisely the focus of the ACSF's mission.”

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