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MAS Munich Aviation Service achieves IS-BAH registration

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Germany Aircraft: Airplanes

MAS Munich Aviation Service GmbH achieved the IS- BAH registration as the first FBO within the GAS German Aviation Service network. GAS covers currently 10 airports and is therefore the biggest handling network in Germany. It is now dedicated to the International Standards of Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) which were developed by IBAC (International Business Aviation Council) and NATA (National Air Transport Association). The implementation of the IS-BAH standards in the own Safety Management System as well as regular checks by external auditors is voluntary. They are adapted to the standard for Business Aircraft Operators (IS-BAO) and ensure consistency as well as a highest possible safety level for handling processes and methods. 

“The safety of our customers and staff as well as a permanent improvement of our internal processes is our first priority. That is why adapting our Safety Management System to the IS-BAH standards was not a question for us,” says Andreas Becker, FCEO & Founder of GAS German Aviation Service. “Munich is the first FBO in our network to achieve this registration and the other nine stations will follow.”  

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