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IS-BAH certification for Geneva Airpark

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IS-BAH certification for Geneva Airpark - Business aviation publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

Congratulations -Geneva Airpark has received the IS-BAH* certification! 

Geneva Airpark has just obtained the IS-BAH label which guarantees quality service and safe ground handling operations for business aviation. The IS-BAH standards, which were developed by IBAC* and NATA*, are based on compliance with good practices and as such enjoy international recognition. Geneva Airpark now figures among the 150 FBOs in the world to have received this certification since its creation in 2014. With 9 certified companies, Switzerland and the United Kingdom hold 3rd position in the IS-BAH ranking.

By meeting the IS-BAH standard compliance criteria and proving the high degree of maturity of its Security Management System (SMS), Geneva Airpark has demonstrated its high requirement with regards to the quality of its services. "In our philosophy, the level of security does not depend on the size of a company and its implementation allows for no compromise in terms of our clients’ and our partners’ expectations, emphasized Sophie Mabire, General Manager of Geneva Airpark. The safety culture within Geneva Airpark, which is present in jobs and responsibilities at all levels, guarantees rigor and professionalism. "

Founded in 2009, Geneva Airpark offers a premium parking service for all types of business aircraft at the Geneva international airport. Its 10,000 sq meters covered hangar occupies a privileged location, which is close to the business aviation terminal C3, its agents and maintenance centers. Planes can land and take off quickly and autonomously thanks to its tarmac and its private departure/arrival positions. Geneva Airpark is mainly a full range of 5* services thanks to high-quality custom service.

* IS-BAH International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling

* IBAC International Business Aviation Council

* NATA National Air Transport Association

 

 



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