Jet Aviation secures Federal Aviation Administration Part 125 certificate


Jet Aviation has received Part 125 certification from the Federal Aviation Administration, authorizing the global aviation service provider to operate aircraft that seat 20 or more passengers.

Part 125 certification was developed by the FAA to establish a uniform set of certification and operational rules for large aircraft with a seating capacity of 20 or more passengers. The company used a Boeing 787 aircraft as its prototype in the Part 125 filing process.

“I am incredibly proud of our Flight Services team for the work they have done to make this possible,” said David Dalpiaz, Jet Aviation’s vice president of Flight Services, Americas. “Their efforts are a representation of Jet Aviation’s dedication to delivering an elevated customer experience.”

With Part 125 certification, Jet Aviation can now operate large aircraft carrying groups of 20 or more passengers, such as corporate groups, educational institutes or sports teams.

“The team worked diligently to deliver this complex approval, satisfied the customer and created an important capability to add to our suite of aircraft management services,” said David Best, senior vice president regional operations and general manager, Americas.

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