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Ultimate Jetcharters relishes ACSF ‘feedback loop’
The ACSF provides an array of programmes for its 240 members, enabling them to achieve the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation. Ultimate Jetcharters is the latest company to sign up.

Ultimate Jetcharters, a provider of air charter and shuttle operations based in North Canton, Ohio, has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation and its Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP).

“We're constantly looking for ways to improve our safety efforts, and we appreciate how the ACSF is aligned with those values,” says Jeffrey Neubert, VP of flight operations, Ultimate Jetcharters. “Likewise, several of us with backgrounds in the Part 121 world are familiar with ASAP, so it's a natural extension that we would use ASAP reports to support that continuous feedback loop here.”

“We're happy to welcome Ultimate Jetcharters to our growing ACSF ranks,” adds ACSF president Bryan Burns. “When we see such a safety-focused company like Ultimate Jetcharters reaching out to us for inclusion, it reinforces our belief that we're offering a valuable set of tools in the service of safety.”

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