Elevate Jet (ELJ) has been accepted into the Federal Aviation Administration's Safety Management System Voluntary Program (FAA SMSVP), a distinction that only the top 2% of US Part 135 Carriers have managed to achieve.
“The FAA SMSVP is a reflection of our dedication and ongoing commitment to prioritizing safety for our clients and team,” said David Allen, Chief Operating Officer at ELJ. “Elevate Jet continues to hold the very highest of safety standards as a top priority in providing world-class aviation solutions to our clients.”
FAA SMSVP acceptance involves multiple review sessions with the FAA, covering the four major pillars of Safety Management Systems, including Safety Policy, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance, and Safety Promotion.
“Having the FAA SMSVP recognition further bolsters our reputation for setting the standards for safety in private aviation,” said Randy McKinney, President of Elevate Aviation Group. “David Allen was instrumental in Elevate Jet receiving this distinction that places it in the top tier of US Part 135 carriers.”
With the FAA planning to bolster requirements for robust Safety Management Systems for Part 135 Operators, this achievement puts ELJ ahead of the curve. Aircraft management clients will continue to receive the client-centric service that sets ELJ apart, with the benefit of FAA safety recognition that is exclusive to the top providers in the industry.