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ONEflight International, a charter brokerage based in Englewood, Colorado, has secured the designation of being the second US Wyvern Certified Broker, by completing a successful audit. While all Wyvern brokers promise to abide by Wyvern's professional codes of practice, only Wyvern Certified Brokers are thoroughly vetted by an experienced, professional and internationally accredited aviation safety auditor.
Jets.com, the New York based charter brokerage, secured its designation as the first US Wyvern Certified Broker by completing a successful audit in May this year.
Wyvern's broker certification programme supports its mission to elevate safety and security worldwide. The programme provides a clear, highly-focused and economical pathway for organisations to achieve their goals related to safety risk management, compliance with national regulations, conformance to international standards and industry best practices.
To be recognised as a Wyvern Certified Broker, the organisation must undergo a virtual audit to determine the degree to which its policies, processes and procedures conform to Wyvern's ethical code and standards. Once conformity is ensured, the organisation is eligible to be formally recognised by Wyvern for its achievement.
ONEflight president and CEO Ferren Rajput says: “While economics and convenience are at the forefront of most who charter private jets, it is our responsibility to maintain their safety. Delivering peace of mind to our clients is a mandate for all our employees. It is why we go to extreme measures to protect their safety while providing our clients with a great experience on every flight. We have now achieved another layer at the highest level of recognition in safety, quality and aviation business ethics. I am very proud of our team.”
Wyvern CEO Sonnie Bates adds: “We are proud to announce that ONEflight International is a Certified Broker. Conforming to the Wyvern air charter broker standards is a testament to an organisation's culture and commitment to safety.”