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Air Elite locations meet NATA's Safety 1st standard
NATA Safety 1st, achieved by 79 Air Elite locations, aims to safeguard FBO team members, clients, corporate assets and the general public and represent industry best practices and government agency guidance.
Alliance Aviation Services at Fort Worth Alliance airport in Texas is an Air Elite member.
Read this story in our June 2021 printed issue.

Seventy-nine Air Elite by World Fuel locations have become NATA Safety 1st Clean certified. Overseen by NATA, the Safety 1st Clean standard provides general guidance on facility cleaning, disinfecting and facility operations in response to the pandemic. This standard aims to safeguard FBO team members, clients, corporate assets and the general public and represent industry best practices and government agency guidance. In these uncertain times, Air Elite Network says its members are taking all necessary precautions to safeguard its operations.

World Fuel senior VP Steve Drzymalla says: “The Safety 1st Clean certification aligns with the Air Elite values of delivering an elevated level of customer service. Safety remains our highest priority, and we're dedicated to not only meet but exceed industry standards and best practices.”

NATA president and CEO Tim Obitts adds: “I would like to personally commend the network for leading its locations to this new standard. Its thoughtful and agile response to the ever-changing COVID-19 climate sets a high bar across the globe.”

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