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First Wing Charter ascends to ACSF ranks
Since it was founded in 1995, First Wing Charter has flown accident and violation-free, and continually meets and exceeds industry safety standards, a feat now recognised by the Air Charter Safety Foundation.

First Wing Charter and Management is the latest aviation company to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation. The multifaceted firm joins ACSF's roster of nearly 230 member companies whose joint mission is to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.

“We're very proud of our history of safe flying,” explains Andrew Yergler, VP and general manager. “Our pilots, who are airline transport-rated, are some of the most experienced in the industry. Since our founding in 1995, First Wing has flown accident- and violation-free, and we continually meet and exceed industry safety standards.”

ACSF president Bryan Burns welcomes First Wing to the growing Air Charter Safety Foundation membership ranks. “We're gratified that First Wing Charter and Management has the foresight to see how vital our organisation is to the cause of aviation safety, and we're pleased that it'll be adding its voice and efforts to it,” he says.

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