Jet Aviation reaches IS-BAH milestone


Jet Aviation, one of the world’s leading business aviation services companies, has received IS-BAH (International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling) registration for its entire FBO network across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Jet Aviation operates 11 FBO facilities in total in these areas – Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland; Berlin, Dusseldorf and Munich, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Dubai, UAE; Jeddah, Medina and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Singapore – with the standard awarded by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) in recognition of safety and security practices. The achievement highlights Jet Aviation’s commitment to its customers, passengers and staff.

Daniel Brechbühl, Jet Aviation’s safety and quality manager for FBOs in the region, said, “Continuous improvement is a priority at Jet Aviation and our FBO facilities have been working closely together to standardize our handling processes since the IS-BAH registration program was introduced two years ago. These IS-BAH designations show that we stand behind that commitment. I’m particularly pleased to note the significance of 11 registrations within one company compared to the industry.”

Terry Yeomans, IBAC’s IS-BAH program director, added, “We are delighted to see our member list of IS-BAH-registered companies expand. By ensuring registered ground handling organizations are conducting their operations under a set of standardized best practices, IS-BAH registration helps raise the industry’s safety standards while offering assurance to aircraft owners and operators that they are in good hands.”

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