Charter and management provider Phenix Jet Cayman has secured the designation of Wyvern Wingman Certified Operator following a successful audit conducted by Wyvern in December 2021. The Wyvern Wingman standard provides a safety benchmark that allows air charter customers to assess performance expectations against recognised industry best operating practices before purchasing air charter services.
Phenix Jet Cayman is a flagship member of the Phenix Jet Group, a global brand of more than 20 years. The group has strategic operations and service centres in Hong Kong, Tokyo, the Cayman Islands and Guam. Services include aircraft management, charter and maintenance, and it is backed by Sojitz Corporation, the main shareholder of Japan-based ANA Business Jet.
Phenix Jet Cayman has continued to expand its charter fleet with ultra-long range aircraft such as the Boeing Business Jet, Global 7500, Global 6000 and Falcon 7X. It says it holds the only active Cayman AOC dedicated to private business jets.
Wyvern Wingman Operators are evaluated by the Wingman standard criteria, the scope of which includes an assessment of operational activities, a review of the company's operational history and safety records, safety management system (SMS), internal evaluation programme, administrative compositions, technical documentation, pilot and aircraft records, training requirements, and maintenance operations including technician training and experience.
“Wyvern is very happy to declare that Phenix Jet Cayman is a Wingman Certified Operator. Adhering to the Wingman standard is evidence that the organisation has a culture of excellence that is far above its peers,” says CEO Sonnie Bates.