Charter Industry Seeks New Audit Standard

Business Jet Traveler » October 2007
Monday, October 1, 2007 - 5:00am

The Air Charter Safety Foundation is working to develop an industry-wide audit standard by the end of this year. Such a standard would free charter operators from the need to undergo audits by each of several competing companies. Auditors from CharterX/Wyvern and ARG/US, the industry leaders, have been invited to participate in the project, and representatives from such private-jet companies as Flight Options, NetJets and Sentient have already signed on. Participating companies have committed to adhering to the standards once they are published.

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