LunaJets is first European charter broker to earn ARGUS rating


LunaJets has become the first European charter broker to earn the ARGUS Certified Charter Broker Rating as part of the ARGUS Charter Broker Program, which raises the bar to meet the high expectations and due diligence requirements of charter consumers and commercial aircraft operators.

“We are thrilled to welcome LunaJets as our first European Certified Charter Broker,” said Joe Moeggenberg, president and CEO of ARGUS International, Inc. “LunaJets has demonstrated exceptional commitment to the charter operators and clientele they work with on a daily basis through their steadfast adherence to industry best practices.

“Also a BACA member, LunaJets has helped set the standard within the charter broker industry to provide operators and consumers with charter brokers they can trust, and that are truly dedicated to providing cost-effective, secure air transportation.”

“LunaJets is very proud to achieve this important milestone,” said Eymeric Segard, founder and CEO of LunaJets. “I must thank ARGUS and especially all my colleagues at LunaJets, for without their hard work and dedication, this certification would not have been possible.

“This certification proves that the procedures and values at LunaJets meet the strictest standard of professional conduct in the industry. We always considered this certification rating as a way to further improve the intermediary role we hold between operators and our loyal clientele.”

Consistent with the ARGUS Gold and Platinum rating program for charter operators, the ARGUS Charter Broker Program is designed to provide end consumers and aircraft operators with unbiased, factual and relevant data necessary to make informed and confident decisions every time they participate in a charter flight facilitated through a charter broker.

An ARGUS Certified Charter Broker must be able to prove compliance, through an on-site audit, against a demanding set of industry best practices, and demonstrate knowledge and compliance with any applicable regulations or standards that are imposed upon a charter broker.

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