ExecuJet’s Australasian operation has achieved
the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations
(IS-BAO) certification. The initial accreditation audit was
completed with zero findings.
ExecuJet Australasia’s flight
department joins the list of proactive flight departments around
the world that have implemented IS-BAO to manage the safety,
security and efficiency of their operations. ExecuJet is also
IS-BAO certified in Africa, Europe and in the Middle East.
“As a company that is managing and chartering aircraft for
clients, safety naturally is one of the key aspects of our every
day work. Getting the official approval from The International
Business Aviation Council (IBAC) makes us proud as it demonstrates our commitment in ensuring a safe working environment to best
industry practices for us and our clients,” said Darren McGoldrick,
Managing Director, ExecuJet Australasia.
The foundation of
IS-BAO is the development of a safety management system to assess
the risks encountered in flight operations. It is modeled on the
ISO 9000 family of standards. Validation of the entire process has
to be completed by an independent accredited ISBAO audit company.
This adds to ExecuJet Australia’s existing Flight Safety
Foundation BARS, HART and The Wyvern Standard accreditations,
which have all recently been renewed.
New Aircraft Joining
In April a new Challenger 604, based in Perth, joined
ExecuJet Australasia’s regional fleet and is now available for
charter. The Challenger 604, a long-distance performer with
agility to handle short-range missions can fly Perth to Auckland
non-stop. Renowned for its comfortable widebody cabin the aircraft
can accommodate nine passengers with a flight attendant and is equipped with on-board entertainment and satellite phone.
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