Thailand’s MJets announced it has completed the renewal of the Transport Security Program (TSP) under the Aviation Transport Security Act 2004 in maintaining the highest level of security management in accordance with the Australian regulations to operate private jet charter services for the next five years, effective from 15 August 2022.
MJets, said it is “taking an industry-leading approach to private jet charter security across the globe as it meets the highest security standards protocols registered under the Australia Department of Home Affairs in permitting all of MJets aircraft to fly across Australia. This achievement ensures global connectivity to fly independently to and from Australia with high assurance to deliver bespoke private charter service, meeting all travel demands”.
“MJets is proud to have an excellent safety and security record and honoured to acquire the extension of the Transport Security Program. This achievement ensures that our security policies, procedures, and guidelines are in place as reflected under the provision Act signed by a Delegate of the Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs. Our company is committed to safeguarding and supporting all security requirements in the operation of private jet services, ground handling, maintenance, and all of our aircraft-related business. We go beyond expectations and reinforce safety cultures to our people and to all those who fly with us,” said Natthapatr Sibunruang, CEO of MJets.
TSP is a regulation set by the Australia Department of Home Affairs in conjunction with the Cyber and Infrastructure Security Centre. The act covers all aviation security-related activities that are relevant to all aircraft operators and service providers employed to protect and safeguard against unlawful interference to people, aircraft, aircraft infrastructure, cargo, stores, and equipment. It is required that all aviation industry participants to operate an approved TSP.