Jet Aviation has received the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling Stage 1 Registration for all six of its FBOs in Australia.
The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) recognizes high safety standards at Jet Aviation Australia six FBOs, including Sydney, two in Brisbane, Darwin, Cairns and Perth. The IS-BAH safety management system establishes criteria to ensure handling systems, processes and practices meet rigorous safety, security and professionalism standards.
The entire Australian FBO network intends to achieve IS-BAH Stage 2 Registration by March 2022.
Andy Gahan, general manager of FBO Operations, Australia said, “At a time when safety has never been more important or emphasized on a global scale, we are delighted to demonstrate our commitment to the highest safety standards for our customers and employees.
“Gaining IS-BAH registration for our entire FBO network is another successful step in our newly c”reated region’s integration journey with Jet Aviation, bringing us ever-closer to our strategic global alignment goals. It’s a significant operational achievement and a great credit to our FBO and SQEHS (Security, Quality, Environment, Health & Safety) teams.”
Earlier this year, Jet Aviation also received IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for its Amsterdam and Rotterdam FBOs in Holland. The company acquired both KLM Jet Center and Hawker Pacific in 2018.