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Luxaviation adopts leading new FlySkills hygiene standards

Posted 18 January 2021 · Add Comment

Luxaviation Group has secured the FlySkills Hygiene Certification (FHC) across the groupís regional operators as well as their fixed-base operations managed by ExecuJet, including at facilities in Cape Town and Johannesburg.

Luxaviation Group adopts leading new FlySkills hygiene standards, including at facilites in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Image: Luxaviation Group

The FHC programme allows FBOs, aircraft owners and operators to demonstrate defined and accredited hygiene standards that have been implemented and are subject to regular compliance auditing.

 

Robert Fisch, co-president, Aviation Services, Luxaviation Group, said: “As we hope and plan for private jet flight demand to surge again in 2021, we are doing everything we can to guarantee our clients the safest possible travel experience, in the air and across our FBOs.”

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