Highest Safety on Board

At GlobeAir, safety excellence is an integral part of all our activities. We are committed to delivering to our customers an utmost quality experience before, during, and after each flight, without ever compromising safety. We set the bar very high and are fully convinced that implementing a strong Safety Management System (SMS) is of primary importance.

What are the safety procedures in commercial business aviation?

When it comes to safety for business aviation in Europe, the overhead structure for regulation is the EASA, the European Aviation Safety Agency. Its body composed of over 800 aviation experts and administrators, and is responsible for ensuring the highest safety standards are delineated and met.

One requirement at its core is active cooperation with a CAMO, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization. It is key to ensuring the highest safety standards.

As determined in its title, its function is to ensure airworthiness, continuously go through audits, cooperating with maintenance and servicing companies, and taking thorough responsible for quality management and keeping all documentation up to date.

Before and after each flight, every aircraft is thoroughly checked, inspections and regular scheduled maintenance periods are scheduled and imperative. In the spirit of continuous anticipatory measures.

Highest safety standards

GlobeAir safety standards meet all EASA regulatory requirements, from the aircraft we fly, to the pilots we train.

GlobeAir has been operational for more than 10 years without any incidents or any accidents and in 2014 and 2016, GlobeAir has been awarded by the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) with a Bronze Safety Status for its achievements.

The excellence of our fleet

GlobeAir also acts as a qualified CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization) to ensure and maintain our fleet airworthy.

Our maintenance operation centers are close to the main European hubs and provide around the clock support 365 days a year.

All our scheduled aircraft maintenance is done by experienced and certified engineers who know perfectly our aircraft, the original equipment manufacturers, and their authorized support facilities.

Highly experienced and trained pilots

We recruit highly experienced pilots. All our pilots are trained to the highest safety standards, twice a year, in full-motion flight simulators.

One requirement at its core is active cooperation with a CAMO, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization. It is key to ensuring the highest safety standards.

As determined in its title, its function is to ensure airworthiness, continuously go through audits, cooperating with maintenance and servicing companies, and taking thorough responsible for quality management and keeping all documentation up to date.

Before and after each flight, the aircraft are thoroughly checked, inspections and regular scheduled maintenance periods are scheduled and imperative. In the spirit of continuous anticipatory measures.

GlobeAir’s Mustang

Operating for over 9 years without experiencing any incidents or accidents, GlobeAir’s growing Mustang fleet is well supported. Safety, is paramount. On board the Mustang, are life vests and oxygen masks. Yet, these are secondary to the strictest standards in maintenance and oversight.

At great advantage, GlobeAir operates and is certified as CAMO dedicated to the fleet. Working with experienced and certified engineers and technicians who have come to know each aircraft down to detail. Upholding this expertise to regular and stringent audits, proving compliant to aviation regulations.

Our excellently trained, dedicated crew are avid in following safety and compliance measures. Any deviation, or small technical issue is directly reported and dealt with swiftly. With the CAMO’s close dealings with the maintenance operation centre keeping the fleet running year round.