Fly Comlux, the VIP airline of the Comlux Group, is pleased to announce that its European branch Comlux Malta Ltd has been awarded the Certificate of Registration to the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO).
Issued by the International Business Aviation Council, Montreal – Canada, and verified through an audit conducted by an independent accredited IS-BAO auditor, this certification confirms the company has programs, systems, processes and procedures in place to meet the safety and security standards of this top-of-the-range business aviation code of practice.
“Meeting this world class standard of safety and security demonstrates the commitment, hard work and professionalism of the entire Fly Comlux team, not only as a certified operator but also as a certified aircraft management company” saidTomislav Zorman, General Manager, Fly Comlux Operational Control Center “Our charter and aircraft management customers will benefit from the assurance that our operations meet and exceed international best standards.”
Andrea Zanetto CEO Fly Comlux said: “The foundation of IS-BAO is the development of a Safety Management System (SMS). Prior to the IS-BAO certification, it is important to highlight that Fly Comlux was one of the first VIP aviation companies in Europe to successfully implement a SMS fully compliant with the latest European regulations which become mandatory in October 2014. SMS allows us to enhance the safety and reliability of our VIP flight operations around the world”.
Comlux The Aviation Group is a leader in VIP aviation services operating worldwide with the highest standards of safety and quality. Beyond VIP charter operations, Comlux offers a comprehensive set of services to VIP customers who wish to have their own aircraft managed personally and professionally. This includes exclusive aircraft management, sales and acquisitions, cabin design and completion as well as maintenance and engineering services.
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