SAFETY

At Jet Charter Turks & Caicos, your safety is paramount and is the foundation of everything we do. We are led by a management team with more aviation experience than most of the larger programs and we employ safety standards that are the industry’s highest and have a safety record that is unblemished. Your assigned crews, some of the most experienced in the industry, receive consistent recurrent training at Flight Safety International, the world’s leading aviation school, and your aircraft are equipped with state-of-the-art safety equipment. ¬†Also, before every one of your Charter trips we produce a comprehensive ARGUS TripCHEQ Report on your assigned crew members and tail number. When it comes to safety you can rest assured that we never compromise.

FAA Regulations Governing Charter Operations

Title 14 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations governs Transportation and Space. Volume II of this Title contains numerous regulations affecting aircraft operations. Of particular interest to charter consumers would be Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) Part 119 which defines commercial aircraft operations and the certification requirements for operators and FAR Part 135 which prescribes the rules generally governing on-demand passenger charter operations for aircraft with fewer than 30 seats and less than 7,500 lbs payload capacity. U.S. Government’s Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR)

FAA Regulations Governing Charter Operations

Title 14 of the United States Code of Federal Regulations governs Transportation and Space. Volume II of this Title contains numerous regulations affecting aircraft operations. Of particular interest to charter consumers would be Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) Part 119 which defines commercial aircraft operations and the certification requirements for operators and FAR Part 135 which prescribes the rules generally governing on-demand passenger charter operations for aircraft with fewer than 30 seats and less than 7,500 lbs payload capacity. U.S. Government’s Electronic Code of Federal Regulations (eCFR)

Industry Audit Organizations

Research the audit history and ratings of the charter operator. Audit ratings may be found by contacting the charter operator or through third-party safety auditors. The three primary charter operator audit organizations include:

ARG/US CHEQ Report
Wyvern Report
International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO)
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