Our clients deserve nothing less than a perfect track record of safety, and at Jet-Link, Inc., that is exactly what we deliver. Having never had a safety incident, we value the well-being of our travelers over all else. It is this steadfast commitment to safety that has made JLI the preferred private air charter service of numerous Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, and individuals around the world.
We never compromise on the following safety measures:
- Utilizing only Part 121/135 Operators that meet the stringent standards set by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for safety, security and service.
- Maintaining a real-time knowledge of any accidents or incidents reported to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
- Practicing proactive risk mitigation to ensure a safe, prompt arrival for each and every private aircraft charter.
As part of the JLI service promise to operate with absolute integrity and care, we go the extra mile to keep you safe. In addition to meeting the standards of the FAA and TSA, our Operators are often safety-rated by top independent auditing agencies, such as Wyvern. These independent reports include detailed specifics on the Operator (Part 135, years in business, insurance, safety record), crew (hours flown, hours flown in type, ratings, medical, safety record), and aircraft (type, tail number, year manufactured, maintenance records, liability limit, and more).
JLI can request independent auditing results and current safety ratings in order to provide that information directly to our clients. We encourage clients to review these ratings and are happy to answer any questions about important safety factors related to our operators, crews and aircraft. At JLI, we strongly believe that safety is everyone’s business.
Enhanced Security Measures for Private Travel
The FAA and TSA have enhanced and continue to enhance security regulations at private airports. We do not waver on our commitment to adhere to these regulations, which include:
- Requiring that all passengers present two forms of identification before boarding an aircraft.
- Requiring that all passengers be escorted to the aircraft by a crew member, who also is required to display valid government issued photo identification.
- Reserving the crew’s right to inspect passengers and luggage, if deemed necessary by the pilot to further ensure security/safety.
- Locking any unattended aircraft for security purposes.