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Sun, Feb 27, 2011

Air Charter Safety Foundation Welcomes Two New Operators

Dominion Aviation Services And DB Aviation Achieve ACSF Audit Registered Status

The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) said Thursday it has added Dominion Aviation Services, Inc., of Richmond, Virginia, and DB Aviation, Inc., of Waukegan, Illinois, to the ACSF Industry Audit Standard Registry (IAS). There are now 25 operators that have completed the IAS audit and achieved Registered status with the ACSF.

"The ACSF has set a standard of excellence unparalleled in the industry," said Frank Vondrak, director of operations for DB Aviation, Inc. "We're honored that our commitment to safety and security has been recognized, and we will continue to ensure that the best practices outlined by the ACSF will be at the forefront of our operation."

The IAS is an all-inclusive audit tailored for Part 135 and 91K operators that acts as a detailed gap analysis of an operator's management practices. The audit program consists of a thorough review of an operator's processes and procedures, regulatory compliance, and the operator's implementation of and adherence to a safety management system.

"Dominion Aviation has the shared attitude among our team members that safety above and beyond what is considered regulatory must be a core value of our industry," said Thomas T. "Mike" Mickel, president and CEO of Dominion Aviation, Inc. "The addition of being accepted to the Air Charter Safety Foundation Industry Audit Standard Registry heightens the validity of our philosophy. We are very pleased to have the support of ACSF in our commitment to safety."

FMI; www.acsf.aero/registry

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