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Mon, Jun 09, 2014

NetJets First To Reach New Safety Level

Only Private Aviation Company To Date To Achieve Level III of the FAA’s Safety Management System Pilot Program

NetJets has announced that the company’s Repair Station subsidiary achieved a new safety milestone in entering Level III of the FAA’s Safety Management System (SMS) Program. NetJets is the first and only Repair Station in the U.S. to achieve Level III.

“This achievement unequivocally demonstrates NetJets’ commitment to be a leader in safety and compliments the Level IV SMS held by NetJets flight operations,” said Bill Noe, president of NetJets Aviation. “NetJets is dedicated to setting the standard for operational, maintenance and training procedures in the industry. We are immensely proud of achieving this important safety milestone.”

The FAA Safety Management System Pilot Program provides a four-level system to acknowledge development of a formal SMS according to FAA expectations and international standards. The overall objective of the program is to guide operators with developing and implementing an integrated, comprehensive Safety Management System for their organization.

“Our goal is to go above and beyond government requirements whenever possible in providing the safest environment for our customers and our team members. When it comes to safety, NetJets never cuts corners or compromises in any way,” added Noe.

To accomplish this safety milestone, NetJets conducted thousands of hours of additional safety training for its employee group, along with the creation of new management review procedures to ensure the highest levels of safety are always maintained.

NetJets’ safety standards meet and in most cases exceed FAA regulatory requirements. From NetJets’ FAA-type-rated pilots for every aircraft type, dual-release system, biannual simulator sessions, superior flight attendant training, FAA-approved in-house meteorologists, international flight planners to the state-of-the-art aircraft and FAA Diamond award winning maintenance program, NetJets leads the industry in every aspect of flight safety.

FMI: www.netjets.com

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