World Class Safety & Security
Pioneers in Safety and Innovation
For over three decades, we’ve been raising the bar for the air charter industry.
N-Jet’s commitment to passenger safety is our #1 priority, and our innovative approach is unrivaled. We were one of the first operators to use FAA-certified iPads in the cockpit and achieve an IS-BAO Stage III Registration – the highest achievable level.
In fact, we were among the first to achieve all high-level safety accreditations, including ARG/US, IS-BAO, and WYVERN. To further our dedication to safety, we maintain active memberships with leading aviation organizations such as NBAA and NATA. These organizations provide continuous updates on safety and security information, so we are always one step ahead.
N-Jet’s World-Class Safety Management Systems
Safety Management System (SMS)
N-Jet’s IS-BAO registered Stage III Safety Management System (SMS) enables us to proactively identify and manage risks. Under a formalized SMS, we identify potential hazards and ensure they are effectively managed through a formalized process.
Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP)
To further enhance safety measures, N-Jet, in cooperation with the FAA and Air Charter Safety Foundation, has established an Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) for its employees. ASAP is a voluntary, self-reporting program designed to identify and reduce possible flight safety concerns, using employee input to identify significant safety concerns and issues; operational deficiencies; non-compliance with regulations; deviations from company policies and procedures; and unusual events. In partnership with all relevant departments and the FAA, each report is investigated and corrective actions determined based on a non-disciplinary approach to flight safety.
About Our Accreditations and Memberships:
Safety of the aircraft, passengers, and employees shall be considered overriding and primary importance. All applicable rules, regulations, procedures and policies will be carefully followed unless emergency considerations or very sound judgment recommends deviation. When confronted with a matter of choice or interpretation in determining a course of action where the decisions are a matter of judgment, the safer alternative will always be chosen. Economic or service considerations cannot be allowed to compromise safety.
The Company takes the position that safety events are not commonly the result of individual misconduct (reckless behavior), but rather system or process failures (human error/at-risk behavior influenced by the system as designed). All managers and leadership will proactively assure employees that the Company will provide the necessary financial and personnel resources to implement the SMS program and support a just culture that promotes reporting of safety events and such events will be handled consistently and fairly without disciplinary action for reporting safety hazards. Exceptions to this approach include but are not limited to an employee knowingly or willingly concealing a safety event, hindering a safety investigation, or causing a safety event or committing an unsafe act that results from illegal acts, acts involving drugs or alcohol, acts that were intention or reckless in nature, or acts that are repetitive in nature and not resolvable through retraining. This policy should not be interpreted as an invitation to disregard cost.
If the Company is to succeed, all personnel must continually seek the most efficient and economical means of operation; however, it is to be interpreted as firm and standing instruction to the effect that safety and quality and compliance with all safety regulations will always, without exception, take precedence over economic and all other considerations.