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Trio renew Wyvern Wingman certifications
FlyMex, flyExclusive and Clay Lacy have renewed their Wyvern Wingman certifications. The operators are evaluated by a set criteria, which includes safety records, operational history, and safety management system.

Mexican air carrier FlyMex, and US Part 135 operators flyExclusive and Clay Lacy Aviation have secured their designations as Wyvern Wingman certified operators following successful audits.

Wyvern Wingman operators are evaluated by the Wingman standard criteria. The scope of the evaluation includes an evaluation of operational activities, review on operational history and safety records, safety management system, internal evaluation programme, administrative compositions, technical documentation, pilot and aircraft records, training requirements, and maintenance operations including technician training and experience.

“Wyvern celebrates flyExclusive, FlyMex and Clay Lacy's achievements. Successful completion of the Wingman audit is proof that its leadership has identified safety as a core value and its team embraces excellence at all levels,” says Sonnie Bates, Wyvern CEO.

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