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ExecuJet celebrates IS-BAO Stage III and Wyvern Wingman renewal in South Africa

Posted 23 October 2018 · Add Comment

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is celebrating the successful renewal of its International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Stage III and Wyvern Wingman audits.

 

ExecuJet’s South African AOC was awarded IS-BAO Stage III accreditation in 2015 and is the first of the operator’s AOCs to receive a renewal audit, undertaken every three years. ExecuJet’s other IS-BAO Stage III accredited AOCs are its Asia-Pacific, Europe and Middle East operations.

The renewal audits were based on ExecuJet’s acclaimed Safety Management System, Security, Training, Flight Operations, ERP, OHSE and Quality.

Gavin Kiggen, vice president Africa, ExecuJet, said: “Achieving ExecuJet’s IS-BAO Stage III and Wyvern Wingman renewals aresignificant milestones, and are testament to our safety management culture here in South Africa. The team has put in place a strong and sustainable system to ensure our impeccable standards of safety and service are maintained in every situation. We hope the efforts of the team will act as a model for others in the industry aiming to achieve this acclaimed accreditation.”

IS-BAO is a joint programme between IBAC and its member associations and was designed to help Business Aircraft Operators worldwide achieve high levels of safety standards and professionalism.

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