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Prior becomes latest member of ACSF
Located adjacent to the Buffalo Niagara International airport in New York, Prior Aviation holds Part 135, Part 145 and Part 141 certificates. It is now an ACSF member company to boot.

Prior Aviation Service, which offers aircraft charter, maintenance, FBO services and flight training, is the latest aviation company to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation. The multifaceted firm joins ACSF's roster of more than 225 member companies whose joint mission is to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.

“As western New York's largest aircraft charter facility, we can't emphasise enough how important operational safety is to our team on the ground and in the air,” says Clark Newman, president and director of operations. “We recognise that our membership in the ACSF represents an actionable step toward that commitment to safety, and we're proud to be taking it.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns adds: “We commend Prior Aviation for its foresight in joining our growing ranks,” Burns said. “The rapid increase in our ACSF membership is proof that aviation-related companies everywhere recognise the importance of aviation safety and the value that ACSF membership brings to the cause.”

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