The FAR Part 91 sector of aviation has long enjoyed an admirable record of safety. Business aviation has always been perceived as a very safe and efficient way to fly. Much of this safety record has been driven by the pursuit of safety practices by various hard working industry groups, among them the NBAA Safety
Steve Brechter shares 10 reasons why process management in business aviation organizations is critical. Then build a business case to become process-driven.
Perhaps the most important thing as a new Aviation Reporting Executive is knowing your role and your limitations. And knowing the regulations. Here’s an IS-BAO 101 primer and it’s importance in business aviation.
There’s been ‘much ado’ about aviation maintenance Safety Management Systems since their debut over a decade ago. How has SMS impacted in Maintenance?
What’s the best way to ensure long-lasting business performance for your business aviation organization? By getting focused on *why* you exist, *why* you’re in business. This means your department leaders–and the entire team–must truly know and understand the vision, mission and values of your organization.