Flexjet Completes Record Seventh ACSF Safety Audit

December 15, 2022

Flexjet has once again made history by achieving a record-setting seventh successful Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) Industry Audit Standard (IAS) audit.

The company was the first to pass the IAS audit in 2009, setting a precedent for others to follow. This achievement is evidence of Flexjet's unwavering commitment to safety.

This audit is specifically designed to address the needs of Part 135 and Part 91 aircraft operators, such as Flexjet, who are seeking to exceed the minimum safety requirements. The purpose is to ensure that these operators have the necessary processes in place to meet these higher standards, which can lead to reduced risks and increased confidence among their passengers. 

The International Aviation Safety Audit (IASA) has revolutionized the aviation industry with its stringent safety standards and has continually pushed for further improvement in safety performance. 

“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 Flexjet CEO Michael Silvestro. “We are proud to lead the industry in seeking and achieving the highest standards of safety and compliance as well as maintenance excellence.”

ACSF President Bryan Burns echoed Silvestro’s enthusiasm for Flexjet’s accomplishment. “Flexjet is truly a premier, elite operator,” he said. “They maintain the world’s highest standards for safety and security by actively participating in SMS, ASAP and FDM. Through the years, our criteria for IAS registry have become far more rigorous, making Flexjet’s commitment to its auditing standards that much more impressive.”

More ACSF Industry Audit Standard information can be found HERE.

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