Air Partner renews Air Charter Safety Foundation membership

Wheels Up charter broker Air Partner has been a member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation – ACSF – since 2018.

By Doug Gollan, June 24, 2024

Air Partner has renewed its membership with the Air Charter Safety Foundation, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing safety within the private aviation sector.

The broker is part of Wheels Up.

Air Partner originally joined ACSF in 2018.

“Safety has always been our highest priority and the foundation of the services we provide,” said Mark Briffa, EVP of Wheels Up and CEO of Air Partner.

He added, “We are pleased to continue our relationship with ACSF, whose support underlines our dedication to safety and risk management and our commitment to the highest standards in private aviation.”

“We are thrilled that Air Partner, a company that exemplifies the highest standards of safety and excellence, remains committed to elevating those standards by partnering with us,” said Bryan Burns, President and CEO of ACSF.

He added, “Their rigorous Quality Management System and proactive evaluation policies align perfectly with ACSF’s mission to promote and enhance safety in private aviation. We look forward to supporting Air Partner in their ongoing efforts to maintain and raise these standards.”

In 2015, Air Partner bolstered its aviation safety programming by acquiring Baines Simmons, a global advisor on aviation safety, regulation, and quality assurance.

Its clients include more than 750 aviation organizations and over 40 aviation authorities.

Combined with Redline Assured Security and Kenyon International Emergency Services, Baines Simmons is part of Air Partner’s Services Division, providing training, consulting, and managed services to the aviation industry on all aspects of aviation safety management and fatigue risk management.

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