EAN Aviation, of Lagos, Nigeria is the first African company to receive the Safety 1st qualified designation.
To read more about EAN Aviation’s latest achievement, click here.
The FBO/Ground Handler Status Map launched in April to highlight FBOs and ground handlers that are Safety 1st qualified and/or (IS-BAH) registered. View the map at www.fbostatus.com.
NATA would like to congratulate two members who are Safety 1st Qualified for recently becoming IS-BAH Registered: Texas Jet and I.A.M. Jet Centre, Jamaica!
Click here to read about I.A.M. Jet Centre’s accomplishment.
Click here to read about Texas Jet’s accomplishment.
Check out the FBO / Ground Handling Status Map to see who else is Safety 1st Qualified and/or IS-BAH registered.
To get more information about the IS-BAH program, please visit www.nata.aero/safety1st.
This week, NATA unveiled the FBO Status Map — a web-based resource to assist aircraft operators in locating FBOs and ground handlers that are Safety 1st qualified and IS-BAH registered. NATA created the map to supplement the existing processes used by aircraft operators when selecting an FBO.
“Safety is a vital consideration in the flight planning process. NATA’s FBO Status Map provides operators and pilots a free, easy to use tool to locate Safety 1st qualified and IS-BAH registered FBOs throughout the world,” stated NATA President and CEO Thomas L. Hendricks.
“Safety 1st and IS-BAH are not competing programs, but rather complementary tools that help assure ground handlers are utilizing industry best practices and gold standard training,” added NATA Managing Director of Safety and Training Michael France. “Now aircraft operators can verify the status of potential handlers from their tablets, PCs or smartphones in seconds.”
The map is searchable by airport ID, company name, address and allows for additional details for each FBO.
To view the FBO Status Map, please visit www.fbostatus.com or www.groundhandlerstatus.com.