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Comair accredited by IBAC

Posted 27 August 2018 · Add Comment

South Africa’s Comair Flight Services (CFS) has been accredited with the International Business Council (IBAC’s) International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Stage One certificate.

Justin Reeves, CEO Comair Flight Services, says: “This certification is testimony to the CFS team’s dedication to safety management. Our company continues to grow from strength to strength and we’re very proud to receive IS-BAO certification. Safety has always been our top priority and this certification further recognises our utmost commitment to safe operations.”
AfBAA has been promoting IS-BAO across the African continent arguing the voluntary rating
enhances operational safety through predictive and proactive methods, improves safety culture, efficiency and effectiveness and increases executive level appreciation of aircraft operations.
The Stage One certificate confirms that the Safety Management System (SMS) infrastructure is established and that safety management activities are appropriately targeted.
The operator has also received approval from the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) to operate worldwide, and its “Third Country Operator” (TCO) approval from EASA, allowing the company to operate commercial air transport operations into, within or out of Europe.



 

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