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Chantilly is cream of the crop at Manassas
Chantilly Air Jet Center has a top facility at Manassas Regional airport/Harry P. Davis Field and wanted to ensure that its service levels reach the same high standard. IS-BAH Stage I is proof that it is up to the task.
Chantilly Air is one of the largest and most established aviation service providers based in the DC Metro Area.
Read this story in our February 2021 printed issue.

Chantilly Air Jet Center, the newest FBO to open at Manassas Regional airport/Harry P. Davis Field and serve the Washington DC area, has successfully completed and implemented IS-BAH Stage I. The certification validates Chantilly Air's commitment to safety for customers, employees and the industry, adding to the company's IS-BAO Stage III certification.

IS-BAH incorporates a set of global industry best practices for business aircraft ground handlers and provides a safety management system. By achieving IS-BAH Stage I certification, Chantilly Air embarks on the journey to become an IS-BAH Stage III operation, the highest level of the process.

FBO general manager Jimmy Thate states: “The safety and security of our clientele and their assets are our top priority. We have built a state-of-the-art facility that provides the best amenities in the Washington DC area for transient and local aviators. It is important that our team members be trained and provide the highest level of service that matches our facility.”

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