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Flexjet Passes Seventh ACSF Safety Audit

Flexjet Passes Seventh ACSF Safety Audit

Flexjet has completed the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) Industry Audit Standard (IAS) audit, according to the Cleveland-based private aviation company.

The audit, specially designed for Part 135 and Part 91 operators, demonstrates safety standards and is the seventh one completed by the company. The company was the first one to successfully complete the audit in 2009.

“Flexjet’s safety culture is present in everything we do, and this audit is among the accolades that confirm our commitment to providing the safest transportation for our aircraft Owners as well as our employees,” said Michael Silvestro, Chief Executive Officer, Flexjet. “We are proud to lead the industry in seeking and achieving the highest standards of safety and compliance as well as maintenance excellence.”

The accomplishment is in line with Flexjet’s other safety initiatives, including its active conformance with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Safety Management System (SMS) and its 23rd Federal Aviation Administration Diamond Award of Excellence for Aviation Maintenance Technician Training.

The company has also adopted GE Digital’s Maintenance Insight software for the early detection of aircraft degradation and technologies that enable wireless fight data transmission.