Jet Linx renews their Wingman Certification
Nashua, New Hampshire & Omaha, Nebraska – 1 September 2020 – Jet Linx Aviation has again secured its designation of WYVERN Wingman Certified Operator following a successful Audit, conducted by WYVERN in July 2020. The WYVERN Wingman Standard, the first air charter audit standard in the aviation industry, provides a safety benchmark that allows air charter customers to assess performance expectations against recognized industry best operating practices before purchasing air charter services.
“At Jet Linx, safety is at the core of everything we do, and receiving our fourth consecutive designation as a WYVERN Wingman Certified Operator demonstrates that commitment,” said Jamie Walker, President & CEO of Jet Linx. “The renewal of this certification – an affirmation of our well-established and robust Safety Management System and safety culture – assures our members and aircraft owners that their safety and well-being are our number one priority. As we continue to enhance and expand our national operations, we look forward to delivering our exceptional safety standards and personalized service to both new and current clients across the country.”
WYVERN Wingman Operators are evaluated by the Wingman Standard criteria. The scope of the evaluation includes an evaluation of operational activities, review on the company operational history and safety records, Safety Management System (SMS), internal evaluation program, administrative compositions, technical documentation, pilot and aircraft records, training requirements, and maintenance operations including technician training and experience.
The Wingman Standard is based on ICAO standards for commercial air transport, Safety Management International Collaboration Group’s (SMICG) standards for SMS, and industry best practices that are common among the most sophisticated operators around the world.
“We are proud to announce that Jet Linx Aviation is a Wingman Operator. Conforming to the WYVERN Wingman Standard is a testament to an organisation’s culture and commitment to safety,” says Sonnie Bates, WYVERN CEO.