ARGUS International awards ADI Platinum Rating

WATERFORD, MICH. – January 12, 2012 - Aerodynamics Inc. (ADI), a leader in full-service corporate and government aviation service providers, is pleased to announce ARGUS International Inc., a global safety expert and watchdog within the aviation marketplace, has awarded ADI the prestigious Platinum Rating. The Platinum Rating is considered the utmost honor and awarded only to service providers engaging in the highest level of safety practices.

The ARGUS rating system provides charter buyers with an insider’s understanding and helps buyers pinpoint those whose historical safety records have been validated by objective safety standards. In order to receive the coveted Platinum Rating, operators must meet exhaustive operations and maintenance requirements. After performing the in-depth audit, ARGUS added ADI to the exclusive list of Platinum aviation service providers.

“I commend ADI for continuing to strive for excellence and meeting the challenging requirements of the ARGUS Platinum Audit,” said ARGUS President and CEO, Joseph Moeggenberg. “Achieving the coveted Platinum Rating demonstrates ADI’s dedication to maintaining a safety focused, high quality operation.”

“Safety has always been our priority,” said Vice President of MRO Services Mark Nelson. “We’re proud to receive this rating and join such a short list. This honor solidifies our position as an aviation leader and we will continue perfecting and expanding our safety standards as we grow.”

About ADI

Headquartered in Waterford, Mich., ADI is one of the country’s leading full-service corporate and government aviation service providers. Founded in 1959, ADI has six operating bases in the U.S. ADI, and its sole subsidiary ADI Shuttle Group LLC is the largest contract operator of corporate shuttles in the country. ADI currently maintains a diverse fleet of turbine-powered aircraft in multiple FAA flight regimes. Long recognized for its core value of operational excellence, ADI has served the industry for 53 years without incident or accident, one of only two companies operating in all FAA regimes able to make this claim.