YOUR SAFETY, OUR PRIORITY

Safety is at the heart of our business and that is why we have put in place strict rules and procedures in terms of safety and security.

Private jet operators are subject to very strict rules dictated by the country in which their aircraft is registered.

The operators with whom we work have the best standards in terms of safety. We select in priority operators accredited by Argus and Wyvern and all have AOC.

An AOC (Air Operator’s Certificate) is an approval issued by the competent national authority to an airline allowing it to carry out commercial transport operations. It attests to its ability to ensure safe flights.

In order to obtain an AOC, airlines must undergo an audit of their safety and security procedures, aircraft maintenance, fuel management, business management capability, aircraft loading and flight planning.

It takes about 2 years for an operator to get a AOC.

It is in addition to the operating license which establishes the commercial operating scope allocated to the airline.

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COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

The business aviation industry has quickly adapted to the reality of the Covid-19 pandemic and its consequences.

Business doesn’t wait and business aviation lets you travel safely.

Private jet cabins are meticulously cleaned and disinfected before and after each flight.

Private Jets Operators have strict protocols in place to fight the coronavirus:

– Temperature control
– Social distancing
– Wearing a mask
– Frequent testing of crew members
– Pre-flight questionnaires to ensure that crew and passengers who are symptomatic or who have recently been exposed to the virus cannot board
– Vigilance of staff and flight crews

In addition, the air in an aircraft is renewed every 2 to 3 minutes and the cabins are equipped with particle filters which filter up to 99.9% of the particles in the air.

How to protect yourself from the coronavirus while traveling:

1. Avoid touching objects and other people:
– The virus is more likely to be transmitted by contact than by air;
– Avoid handshakes, hugs and kisses when greeting people;
– Inform people you meet on this trip about the precautions you are taking.
2. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water. When you cannot wash your hands, regularly use hydroalcoholic gel
3. Wear a mask and change it every 4 hours

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