ProJet Aviation Joins Air Charter Safety Foundation

ProJet Aviation is based at the Leesburg Executive Airport (KJYO), Leesburg, Virginia.


Alexandria, VA, March 21, 2013 — The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) is pleased to announce that ProJet Aviation is the newest charter operator to join the ACSF. Along with 100 other companies, ProJet now supports the ACSF vision to enable on-demand air charter providers and fractional program managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry.

"ProJet has the shared attitude among our team members that safety above and beyond what is considered regulatory must be a core value of our industry. We are extremely proud of our employee commitment to safety and quality, which are integrated throughout our company's charter management, fixed-base operation (FBO) and maintenance facilities," said ProJet Aviation Chief Executive Officer, Shye Gilad.

ProJet Aviation is an aviation hospitality company based at the Leesburg Executive Airport (KJYO), Leesburg, Virginia, which is a general aviation gateway to Washington DC, Dulles, and Virginia's horse and wine country. ProJet's fully integrated services include aircraft management, worldwide charter, aircraft maintenance (MRO) and flight support. The company operates the ProJet Center FBO at the Leesburg Executive Airport; providing passenger services, fuel, and hangar storage. ProJet Aviation is dedicated to helping people accomplish extraordinary things through the wonder of private flight.

"We are pleased to welcome ProJet Aviation to the foundation," said ACSF President Bryan Burns. "Becoming a member of ACSF is a testament to their commitment to providing the safest aircraft and flight crews for their clients."

For further information, go to www.acsf.aero.

“The vision of the ACSF is to enable on-demand charter providers and fractional program managers to achieve the highest levels of safety in the aviation industry. This goal will be achieved through:

  • Promotion of risk management programs,
  • The adoption of one common industry audit standard,
  • Dissemination of safety information and,
  • Creation of additional programs that advance the goals of the foundation.” 

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