Air Charter Safety
OVER 70 YEARS OF FLYING SAFE
SC Aviation has a proven track record that shows “safety is a virtue”.
What does this mean? Safety takes precedence over all and it is the ultimate decision-maker when it comes to the business of flying. Our commitment to this concept permeates on a minute-to-minute basis. All employees are stakeholders in ensuring the safety of every flight. From our experienced flight crews to our hard-working mechanics – every person is invested. You can feel at ease when you are flying with SC Aviation, knowing that we have over 70 years of safe flying to back it up!
We don’t just talk about safety – we prove it
SC Aviation is reviewed on a regular basis and a compliant participant of WYVERN Wingman and the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO). These programs are accredited auditors that dig into the fundamental concepts of flying safe. We do this for ourselves and for you! Every passenger deserves the promise of a safe and secure flight.
With 67-year of safe flights and our stringent maintenance standards, we have earned a GOLD Rating with ARG/US.
We’re also an active member of the Wyvern Wingman Program.
The Wingman Standard™ exceeds government regulatory oversight and represents a robust template of meaningful expectations for safe flight.
We take a proactive approach
Safety Management System
We take a proactive approach to risk management by internally auditing and “system checking” our protocols. Before every trip a team of trained professionals examines weather conditions, crew experience, runway availability, aircraft performance and various other inputs to determine the safety of each flight! This data is continuously tracked and reported in a way that allows SC Aviation to recognize and identify safety risks before they become a real threat! After analysis from our Safety officer, new tools and procedures are implemented to mitigate flight risk.
Actively Involved Employees
Aviation Safety Action Program
In coordination with IS-BAO and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), SC Aviation’s employees are actively involved in an Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP). This is a voluntary commitment, designed by the airlines, that allows for self-reporting on safety related issues. The program is designed to gather data that identifies possible aircraft, facility and employee safety concerns. Employees are encouraged to submit reports in relation to “non-compliance” with FAA regulations, lapses in company policy, operational defects and unfamiliar events. The FAA and SC Aviation investigate each report and apply corrective action to the “company” in a way where the employee is protected in a non-disciplinary format.
Liability Coverage that Exceeds the Industry Average
Above and Beyond
Above and Beyond
SC Aviation’s fleet of Hawkers and Lear Jets have a minimum of $200 million of liability coverage, Our Falcon 900/2000 fleet have a minimum of $300 million of liability coverage – this exceeds the industry average.