Your safetyOur commitment.

Your safety, and the safety of our crew and aircraft is our top priority. Safety is embedded in our culture and is part of every aspect of our operation. Safety is a topic in all our planning meetings and drives our day-to-day decision-making supported and encouraged by our CEO.

Privaira has implemented a comprehensive Safety Management System (SMS) to ensure internal compliance with our established safety policies and directives. Our internal safety process includes:

  • Safety guidelines in all areas of operation.
  • Regular safety checks of all flight, maintenance, and security procedures.
  • Continuous tracking and reporting of safety related issues.
  • Active safety and security policy reinforcement by senior management.
  • Emergency Response Planning and training.

We meet and exceed the standards

At Privaira we meet and exceed some of the most demanding external audit requirements, including all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines and regulations. We have implemented and passed the following standards:

Aviation Research Group (ARG/US) Platinum rated

ARGUS International (ARG/US) is the worldwide leader in performing on-site safety audits for corporate flight departments, charter operators, and commercial airlines. ARG/US provides an internal evaluation checklist each month that ensures our Safety Management System is developing the culture needed to meet the safety standards set by ARG/US, IS-BAO and the FAA.

Privaira has earned an ARG/US Platinum Safety Rating, the highest safety rating awarded to an operator, after completing an intensive onsite audit of our operations, and is part of a small group of Part 135 operators in the United States who have earned a Platinum rating.

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International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Stage II certification

Initiated in 2002 the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) is designed to promote use of high quality operating practices for international business aircraft operations. It provides baseline requirements for structuring flight departments and planning and conducting their operations; it challenges flight departments to review their current systems, programs and procedures, recognize strengths and weaknesses in those procedures, and upgrade to a higher standard. Regular audits confirm that the SMS infrastructure is established and that safety management activities are appropriately targeted and that safety risks are being effectively managed.

Wyvern Registered Operator

Wyvern approved air charter operator, meeting or exceeding their audit standards for global flight departments.