Jet Aviation gains safety registration for Australian FBO network

Jet Aviation Aviation announced that it has received International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) Stage II safety registration for all five of its FBO locations in Australia, including Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Cairns and Darwin.

“Safety and quality are key priorities at Jet Aviation, and these new IS-BAH certificates demonstrate that our Australian operations are at the top of their game,” said Joe Reckling, Jet Aviation’s senior vice president for Asia-Pacific regional operations. “Together with our facilities across the USA and EMEA, our Australian FBOs are delighted to offer customers full-service support to the highest safety standards wherever they may be.”

Andy Gahan, Jet Aviation’s general manager of FBO operations in Australia, added, “Customer service is at the heart of everything we do. Our teams of handling professionals in Australia have extensive experience and continually strive to deliver an elevated customer experience by ensuring safe, timely departures and providing sustainable aviation options. I am incredibly proud of the passion and dedication of our teams and admire their commitment in working together to achieve these valued accreditations.”

Jet Aviation is committed to supporting the industry’s efforts to provide sustainable choices and recently announced that it has entered into an agreement with SkyNRG, a global leader of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and related solutions, to offer SAF to customers universally through a Book & Claim service. Jet Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics with some 4,000 employees and 50 locations worldwide. Jet Aviation’s offerings include aircraft management, aircraft sales, charter, completions, defence, FBO, maintenance and staffing.

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