50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

TAG Aviation Receives Renewal of IS-BAO Stage 3

Download: Printable PDF Date: 22 Mar 2017 08:25 categories:
TAG Aviation Receives Renewal of IS-BAO Stage  3 - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation (UK) Ltd. has demonstrated its commitment to safety by successfully renewing International Standard Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Stage 3 certification, the highest level of achievement to be awarded by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).  The UK-based operating Centre also renewed its accreditation to the Wyvern Wingman safety program last summer.  

The IS-BAO code of best practices requires flight departments to analyse the processes involved in day-to-day operations and provides managers with tools to foster an environment where safety, efficiency and a commitment to continuous improvement are integrated into all operations. Only operators who independently choose to participate in these third party guidelines are audited and eligible to receive the prestigious IS-BAO.

“Safety is one of the core values of TAG Aviation and the entire team has worked very hard to renew this distinguished accreditation for a further three years” said Patricia Davis, Head of Compliance and Safety, TAG Aviation (UK) Ltd. “By maintaining the highest level of IS-BAO accreditation it reassures our customers that our safety management activities are fully integrated into our business and that a positive safety culture is in place.”

According to IS-BAO policy, the objective of a Stage 3 evaluation is to confirm firstly, that the SMS is sustained and supported by an on-going improvement process, secondly, a positive safety culture is in place and thirdly, safety management activities are fully integrated into the operator’s business. “We are pleased to see TAG Aviation (UK) Ltd maintain a Stage 3 IS-BAO registered SMS. A successful IS- BAO Stage 3 audit evaluates safety culture and safety systems in detail. This achievement requires significant effort and commitment to safety culture by an operator. Congratulations” said Bennett Walsh, IS-BAO, Program Director, International Business Aviation Council.

Loading comments for TAG Aviation Receives Renewal of IS-BAO Stage 3...


BACA notes the British Prime Minister's statement on the UK's membership of the European Aviation Safety Agency

With Brexit planned for little over a year away, BACA – The Air Charter Association notes the British Prime Minister’s statement on the UK’s membership of the European Aviation Safet...

Wizz Air Starts Its Greatest Operational Ramp-Up

IN 17 WEEKS: 21 AIRCRAFT ALLOCATIONS, 4 NEW DESTINATIONS, 700 ADDITIONAL WEEKLY DEPARTURES, 70 NEW ROUTES LAUNCHED Wizz Air, one of Europe's fastest growing airlines and the largest low cost ca...

Citation Longitude circles globe, covering 31,000 nautical miles in 31 days

 Textron Aviation Inc., announced the Cessna Citation Longitude has successfully circumnavigated the globe, demonstrating its commanding performance and impressive reliability to customers along...

Boeing, Turkish Airlines Finalize Deal for Up to 30 787 Dreamliners

Turkey's flag carrier chooses the 787-9 to expand fleet, improve passenger experience Firm order puts Dreamliner program above 1,300 orders Boeing and Turkish Airlines announced they ha...