At Executive Fliteways we know what matters to our clients - time, productivity, security, privacy and, above all, flight safety. Our company culture is committed to maintaining and enhancing flight safety. To this end we have a formalized Safety Management System (SMS) that allows any employee to report and suggest changes to our operations that will provide a safer experience to our passengers and staff.
Executive Fliteways is a member of the Wyvern Network of Charter Operators and has successfully completed numerous independent aviation audits conducted by Wyvern, ARG/US, IS-BAO and the Air Charter Safety Foundation. Our aircraft, pilots and mechanics have to meet rigorous criteria in order for the company to maintain its accreditations.
AIR CHARTER SAFETY FOUNDATION
In 2008, Executive Fliteways was selected as a founding member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation. This group is charged by the FAA to develop and institute safety management systems (SMS) throughout the charter industry. Executive Fliteways is only the second commercial aircraft operator in the U.S. to receive certification of its safety management system. Most recently, Executive Fliteways earned the distinction of becoming the first company to achieve Level Four certification of its SMS program.
HIGHEST LEVELS OF SAFETY
In addition to the ACSF certification, Executive Fliteways has been on the Wyvern Consulting, LTD “recommended” list for over ten years and was only the second charter company to receive the coveted International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) certificate and is currently at Level III. Several Fortune 100 companies also conduct an annual audit of our operation to ensure that their executives only fly on aircraft that meet the highest levels of safety.
EFI IS COMMITTED TO SAFETY CULTURE
What is safety culture? It is the way safety is perceived, valued and prioritized in an organization. It reflects the real commitment to safety at all levels in the organization. It has also been described as "how an organization behaves when no one is watching". Safety culture is not something you get or buy; it is something an organization acquires as a product of the combined effects of organizational culture, professional culture and, often, national culture.