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Jet Aviation secures IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all its FBOs

written by Adam Thorn | April 22, 2020
Jet Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (Jet Aviation)

Business aviation services company Jet Aviation has achieved IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all six of its FBOs in Australia, including Sydney, two in Brisbane, Darwin, Cairns and Perth.

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling safety management system establishes criteria to ensure handling systems, processes and practices meet tough safety standards.

General manager Andy Gahan said, “At a time when safety has never been more important or emphasised on a global scale, we are delighted to demonstrate our commitment to the highest safety standards for our customers and employees.

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“Gaining IS-BAH registration for our entire FBO network is another successful step in our newly created 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 and safety) teams.”

General Dynamics subsidiary Jet Aviation employs 4,500 across 50 facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, North America and the Caribbean.

The company provides maintenance, completions and refurbishment, engineering, FBO and fuel services, along with aircraft management, charter services and personnel services.

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Jet Aviation secures IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all its FBOs

written by Adam Thorn | April 22, 2020
Jet Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (Jet Aviation)

Business aviation services company Jet Aviation has achieved IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all six of its FBOs in Australia, including Sydney, two in Brisbane, Darwin, Cairns and Perth.

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling safety management system establishes criteria to ensure handling systems, processes and practices meet tough safety standards.

General manager Andy Gahan said, “At a time when safety has never been more important or emphasised on a global scale, we are delighted to demonstrate our commitment to the highest safety standards for our customers and employees.

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“Gaining IS-BAH registration for our entire FBO network is another successful step in our newly created 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 and safety) teams.”

General Dynamics subsidiary Jet Aviation employs 4,500 across 50 facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, North America and the Caribbean.

The company provides maintenance, completions and refurbishment, engineering, FBO and fuel services, along with aircraft management, charter services and personnel services.

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Jet Aviation secures IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all its FBOs

written by Adam Thorn | April 22, 2020
Jet Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (Jet Aviation)

Business aviation services company Jet Aviation has achieved IS-BAH Stage 1 registration for all six of its FBOs in Australia, including Sydney, two in Brisbane, Darwin, Cairns and Perth.

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling safety management system establishes criteria to ensure handling systems, processes and practices meet tough safety standards.

General manager Andy Gahan said, “At a time when safety has never been more important or emphasised on a global scale, we are delighted to demonstrate our commitment to the highest safety standards for our customers and employees.

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“Gaining IS-BAH registration for our entire FBO network is another successful step in our newly created 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 and safety) teams.”

General Dynamics subsidiary Jet Aviation employs 4,500 across 50 facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, North America and the Caribbean.

The company provides maintenance, completions and refurbishment, engineering, FBO and fuel services, along with aircraft management, charter services and personnel services.

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