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Wednesday
May162018

Pentastar Aviation Joins the Air Charter Safety Foundation

Pentastar Aviation, a leader in the world of business aviation, has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF). The foundation, currently 165 companies strong, is made up of renowned aviation professionals who provide expertise on issues including flight operations and safety management systems, aircraft manufacturing and maintenance, and aviation law. Their mission is to lead the advancement of the highest safety standards available. This allows the business aviation, charter and fractional ownership industry to offer the safest air transportation products in the world and provide objective information about these standards and services to the public. 

“Safety is at the foundation of all our services,” said Pentastar Aviation Vice President & Director of Flight Operations Robert Rufli. “Our steadfast dedication to passenger safety and security is supported by a comprehensive and ongoing program of internal review and audits. Our membership reinforces our commitment to safety, and we’re very pleased to have the support of the ACSF.”

“Pentastar Aviation has the shared attitude among their team members that safety, above and beyond what is considered regulatory, must be a core value for their company,” said ACSF President Bryan Burns. “We are delighted that they will be participating in the ACSF-ASAP program as well.”

Pentastar Aviation is committed to delivering the highest standards of safety and service excellence to their customers. In addition to membership in the ACSF and voluntary participation in their Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), Pentastar Aviation uses a robust Safety Management System, has a well-documented Emergency Response Plan, and has earned numerous other aviation safety designations.

 

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