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Green Charter 2022
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Wingman status renewed by Worldwide Jet Charter and New World Aviation
Wyvern has declared that New World Aviation and Worldwide Jet Charter are Wingman operators. The Wingman standard validates an organisation's commitment to safety as a core value.

Two US companies have been designated as Wyvern Wingman certified operators following a successful audit in October this year. One is New World Aviation, a charter, maintenance and management services provider based in Lehigh Valley International airport in Allentown, Pennsylvania; the other is Worldwide Jet Charter, a Part 135 headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.

“The Wyvern Wingman standard highlights a parallel focus of our New World Aviation culture,” says president Darrell Frey. “Everything we do starts with safety, and we hold ourselves to a high level of integrity. New World Aviation views this recognition of Wingman as a sign of our commitment to the employees of our company and the customers we serve.”

Worldwide Jet Charter president and CEO Andrew Kaufman notes: “Renewing our Wingman status is a renewal of our dedication to ensure that the highest levels of safety and best practices are our standard operating procedure.”

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