Washington, DC, January XX, 2020 — The Air Charter Safety Foundation (acsf.aero) is pleased to welcome its newest member, Freespeed Aviation (freespeedaviation.com). The Santa Ana, California-based aviation firm joins ACSF’s roster of more than 220 member companies whose joint mission is to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.
“Freespeed Aviation, like so many of our rapidly growing ACSF members, has an ironclad commitment to safety.” said ACSF President Bryan Burns. “We’re grateful that our safety-focused mission, vision and programs are finding so much currency among hundreds of Part 91 and Part 135 operators.”
“Safety is the cornerstone of our business,” said Robert Martin, President of Freespeed Aviation. “Our unofficial motto is: ‘We won’t put you in an aircraft that we wouldn’t personally fly ourselves with our own families on board.’ Our ACSF membership is just one more important means of demonstrating that commitment to safety.”
To learn more, visit acsf.aero or freespeedaviation.com.
About Freespeed Aviation
Based in Santa Ana, California, Freespeed Aviation’s professional team has over 45 years of combined experience in all aspects of aviation. The company focuses on providing charter broker services; quality aircraft management, acquisitions and sales; flight department and general business aviation consulting; and flight crew recruiting and hiring. Freespeed is proud to be a registered Wyvern Broker as well as a member of the following organizations: Air Charter Safety Foundation, National Business Aviation Association, National Air Transportation Association and the Southern California Business Aviation Association.
About the ACSF
The Air Charter Safety Foundation is a non-profit organization with more than 220 member companies. Its mission is to lead and support the advancement of the highest safety standards available, to enable the business, charter and fractional ownership industry to offer the safest air transportation products in the world, and to provide objective information about these standards and services to the public. In accordance with its mission, the ACSF developed the Industry Audit Standard for Part 135 and 91K operators, which serves as a detailed gap analysis of an operator’s management practices. The ACSF also administers the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), in partnership with the Federal Aviation Authority. The ASAP, which has more than 175 participants, makes use of member employee input to identify significant safety concerns and issues, operational deficiencies, non-compliance with regulations, deviations from company policies and procedures, and unusual events. Every year in March the ACSF hosts an annual Air Charter Safety Symposium at acsf.aero/symposium.