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Schubach and EAC sign up for safety program
ACSF president Bryan Burns says that being part of the organisation is a win-win arrangement. Carlsbad, California-based Schubach Aviation certainly thinks so, and it has also signed up for the ASAP programme.
Kimberley Herrell looks forward to enhancing Schubach's ops.

Schubach Aviation, a charter and aircraft management company based in Carlsbad, California, and Executive Aviation Corporation of West Palm Beach hve joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation and its Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP). The ACSF, which now has more than 230 member companies, is a non-profit aviation safety organisation that provides programmes to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.

“Our commitment to fostering a culture of safety is reflected in our safety record, and it's something we always strive to build upon," says Kimberly Herrell, president and owner, Schubach Aviation. "That's the primary reason we sought to join the Air Charter Safety Foundation. We are looking forward to enhancing our current operations and bringing this next-level safety consciousness to our valued aircraft owners and charter customers."

“As we're seeing more and more often, safety-focused operators like Schubach Aviation are recognising the 'win-win' component of membership in the ACSF,” notes Bryan Burns, ACSF president. “Especially in these challenging times in the industry, truly nothing is more important than the benefits a clearinghouse on safety like ours provides for everyone.”

Executive Aviation Corporation, a charter and aircraft management company based in West Palm Beach, Florida, has also joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation, and will be among the more than 175 companies participating in ASAP.

“Safety is a 'job-one' priority for us,” says EAC president Gregory McDermott. “It has to permeate everything we do. That's why we've joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation, and will participate in the Aviation Safety Action Program. We want to be in a position to continually seek out opportunities to enhance our safety record.”

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