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Magellan Jets Joins Air Charter Safety Foundation

Mar 7 2013 12:00AM



ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/07/13 -- The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) is pleased to announce that Magellan Jets is the newest company, and first ever charter broker, to join the ACSF. Along with 100 other companies, Magellan Jets supports the ACSF's vision to enable on-demand air charter providers and fractional program managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry.

"Our mission at Magellan Jets is to provide our clients with world-class levels of service and safety for all of their private travel needs," said Magellan Jets Founder and CEO Joshua Hebert. "The ACSF standards help ensure that safety is the cornerstone of every decision we make."

Magellan Jets, a leader in private jet travel with over 30 years of aviation experience, offers a full range of private jet solutions. With the emphasis on obtaining high level safety data, records and statistics, they have narrowed the list of their safety approved network down substantially from the many charter operators available in the marketplace today. The Flight Support and Compliance team (which consists of all pilots) monitor this information carefully and regularly and are responsible for the intense due diligence process in approving operators for flights. "We are pleased to welcome Magellan Jets to the foundation," said ACSF President Bryan Burns. "Becoming a member of ACSF is a testament to their commitment to providing the safest aircraft and flight crews for their clients."

Anthony Tivnan, President of Magellan Jets, added, "We continue to not only look for more ways to add value, but also elevate our clients from the many concerns and smoke and mirrors that may exist in the industry. We've always prided ourselves on providing transparent data and information in which we base our recommendations. Joining ACSF will help us do both."

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"The vision of the ACSF is to enable on-demand charter providers and fractional program managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry. This goal will be achieved through:

•Promotion of risk management programs, •The adoption of one common industry audit standard, •Dissemination of safety information, and •Creation of additional programs that advance the goals of the foundation."

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