Not all flight operations are created – and maintained – equal. Government certification and oversight simply means that a flight operation meets that nation’s minimum standard for safe flying. But when it comes to your safety, meeting a government-mandated minimum is not enough. In “Who Audits the Auditors?” Phil Gibson describes why regular, independent flight operation review helps ensure your safety, whether aboard your own or a chartered aircraft.
And in “In It for the Long Haul,” Steve Friedrich explains how a Long Term Service Agreement can keep your aircraft flying safely and reliaibly, and help preserve its value as a capital asset.
You’ll find this and more in the May/June 2017 issue of Business Aviation Advisor.
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