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Jet Aviation in the Netherlands receives IS-BAH Stage I
Jet Aviation expanded its network to the Netherlands with the acquisition of the KLM Jet Center in October 2018. Together, the Amsterdam and Rotterdam FBOs support more than 7,500 movements per year.
Jet Aviation's Amsterdam facility © Xander Richters.

Jet Aviation has received International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) Stage I registration from IBAC for its Amsterdam and Rotterdam FBOs in the Netherlands. It intends to achieve Stage II for both FBOs by December 2021.

As a safety management system, IS-BAH establishes criteria to ensure handling systems, processes and practices meet rigorous safety and security standards.

“These registrations demonstrate our ongoing commitment to the highest safety standards for our customers and employees,” says Edwin Niemoller, director FBO operations and GM Netherlands. “I couldn’t be prouder of the team for its unwavering professionalism, which was acknowledged by customers in the 2019 AIN survey and is now being recognised by the industry.”

VP of regional operations Europe and GM Geneva Cyril Martiniere believes these new registrations highlight the team’s flexibility and willingness to adapt to changing demands: “Our highly skilled team of handling professionals in the Netherlands has long been recognised for its ability to provide excellent service quickly and efficiently. That it was able to meet all the rigorous standards for IS-BAH registration while simultaneously integrating operational procedures with Jet Aviation is a real testament to its drive and dedication.”

Jet Aviation expanded its network to The Netherlands with the acquisition of the KLM Jet Center in October 2018. Together, the Amsterdam and Rotterdam FBOs support more than 7,500 movements per year.

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