Rectrix Aviation joins FAA Safety Program

Terry Spruce

Rectrix Aviation has joined the FAA’s Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP).

ASAP is administered by the Air Charter Safety Foundation and establishes an error-reporting program that encourages air crews and aviation employees to voluntarily report safety information to the FAA and company management to help minimise threats to safety.

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Rectrix Aviation became a member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation earlier this year.

“Providing the highest levels of safety for our passengers and crews is a top priority at Rectrix”

Richard Cawley, CEO of Rectrix Aviation said: “Providing the highest levels of safety for our passengers and crews is a top priority at Rectrix. We believe strongly in ASAP, not only because it provides all of our flight crews and mechanics with an additional tool that enhances the safe operations of our aircraft and those of our clients, but also because it benefits industry as a whole.”

While ASAP is established among commercial air carriers, Rectrix Aviation founded in 2005 is one of only a handful of charter operators to enlist in this program. Rectrix is already Platinum certified by ARGUS, the highest safety ranking a charter carrier can receive.

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