Safety

Our safety team works assiduously day in day out to make sure your flight is hazard-free. They work with an understanding of the fact that safety is the most critical part of this industry.
We remain vigilant and safety-conscious before any flights take off, through to its landing. Our safety team carries out a proper inspection of all items that will be taken along before the plane takes off to ensure they pass the safety checks.
We spend a considerable amount of time in preflight preparations. This is to ensure that all on-board and safety items meet safety regulations.


WE ANSWER TO A HIGHER AUTHORITY: OUR CUSTOMERS

In the world of business aviation, each make, model & aircraft is unique. There are commonalities, of course, but every aircraft benefits from a technician with extensive experience specific to the aircraft.
Not only we require safety reports for every flight, but we also monitor aircraft maintenance and insurance records. No charter takes off without a full safety inspection from top to bottom.

WELL-TRAINED CREW

All our aircraft have implemented the most stringent safety measures stipulated by the Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) and have been ARG/US certified and WYVERN authorized.

In addition to a regular vetting process of our flight team,we do keep a regular record of flights and review them periodically.

We give you the liberty of carrying out a self inspection of our charter and select which one you want to travel with.

Literally, non of our charters takes off without a complete safety check.



MAINTENANCE OF AIRCRAFTS

Our aircraft regularly go through series of safety checks and maintenance to ascertain its airworthiness. Before any flight,our maintenance staffs carry out a regular maintainace activity on the aircrafts. This is followed by a preflight check by the pilot or copilot.

The pilot scrutinizes the essential parts of the aircrafts such as the sensors,probes,motor cables and gear etc and verify they are in safe conditions.

We have invested time and effort to creating a safe secured aviation service.

  • Maintenance of the private charter aircraft/ equipment
  • Certification and training of the pilot and copilot
  • Destination of the private flight and airport services
  • Private flight weather conditions
  • Safety rating of the private aircraft charter operator
  • Charter operator’s training and record keeping compliance

FAA-Compliant Private Aircraft Charters

The FAA regulates and controls the operation of all aviation in the United States -commercial, private and chartered. Before an aircraft or private aircraft charter operator is permitted to fly the general public as paying passengers, they must undergo a lengthy investigation and certification process. In the case of private charter aircraft, the governing regulations are found in FAR Part 135 [insert FAA link; see below and apply to aircraft and equipment, flight operations and limitations, pilot and crew member qualifications, maintenance, training and record keeping. In some cases, FAR Part 135 regulations are more stringent than Part 125 which governs large commercial aircraft. EMC Jet mandates that all aircraft and private charter flight operators meet these regulations and maintain up-to-date certification.

The FAA also imposes rigorous qualifications on pilots of private charter aircraft. They must have spotless police records, be medically certified by an FAA examiner, and meet minimum training and flight-hour requirements.

To pilot anything other than their own personal aircraft, pilots must have a commercial pilot’s license/ certificate issued by the FAA and must meet strict training and flight time requirements. Before a non-military pilot qualifies to carry passengers, he/she must have four to six years of flight-time and testing. The highest-rated charter pilots in the U.S. are ATP-rated, which means they possess an Airline Transport Pilot certificate and are authorized to carry more than 9 passengers aboard scheduled and private charter aircraft with a maximum gross weight exceeding 12,500 pounds. Private charter aircraft pilots must meet many of the same requirements as commercial airline pilots.

With more than 30 years in the industry. EMC Jet is dedicated to supplying clients with professionally maintained private charter aircraft and the finest, most highly trained flight crews. To augment the safety of our private aircraft charters, EMC Jet utilizes some of the best third-party safety and auditing agencies in the aviation industry.

WYVERN-Authorized For Unsurpassed Private Flight Safety

The FAA regulates and controls the operation of all aviation in the United States -commercial, private and chartered. Before an aircraft or private aircraft charter operator is permitted to fly the general public as paying passengers, they must undergo a lengthy investigation and certification process. In the case of private charter aircraft, the governing regulations are found in FAR Part 135 [insert FAA link; see below and apply to aircraft and equipment, flight operations and limitations, pilot and crew member qualifications, maintenance, training and record keeping. In some cases, FAR Part 135 regulations are more stringent than Part 125 which governs large commercial aircraft. EMC Jet mandates that all aircraft and private charter flight operators meet these regulations and maintain up-to-date certification.

The FAA also imposes rigorous qualifications on pilots of private charter aircraft. They must have spotless police records, be medically certified by an FAA examiner, and meet minimum training and flight-hour requirements.

To pilot anything other than their own personal aircraft, pilots must have a commercial pilot’s license/ certificate issued by the FAA and must meet strict training and flight time requirements. Before a non-military pilot qualifies to carry passengers, he/she must have four to six years of flight-time and testing. The highest-rated charter pilots in the U.S. are ATP-rated, which means they possess an Airline Transport Pilot certificate and are authorized to carry more than 9 passengers aboard scheduled and private charter aircraft with a maximum gross weight exceeding 12,500 pounds. Private charter aircraft pilots must meet many of the same requirements as commercial airline pilots.

With more than 30 years in the industry. EMC Jet is dedicated to supplying clients with professionally maintained private charter aircraft and the finest, most highly trained flight crews. To augment the safety of our private aircraft charters, EMC Jet utilizes some of the best third-party safety and auditing agencies in the aviation industry.

ARG/US TripCHEQ For Safe Air Charter Travel

The FAA regulates and controls the operation of all aviation in the United States -commercial, private and chartered. Before an aircraft or private aircraft charter operator is permitted to fly the general public as paying passengers, they must undergo a lengthy investigation and certification process. In the case of private charter aircraft, the governing regulations are found in FAR Part 135 [insert FAA link; see below and apply to aircraft and equipment, flight operations and limitations, pilot and crew member qualifications, maintenance, training and record keeping. In some cases, FAR Part 135 regulations are more stringent than Part 125 which governs large commercial aircraft. EMC Jet mandates that all aircraft and private charter flight operators meet these regulations and maintain up-to-date certification.

The FAA also imposes rigorous qualifications on pilots of private charter aircraft. They must have spotless police records, be medically certified by an FAA examiner, and meet minimum training and flight-hour requirements.

To pilot anything other than their own personal aircraft, pilots must have a commercial pilot’s license/ certificate issued by the FAA and must meet strict training and flight time requirements. Before a non-military pilot qualifies to carry passengers, he/she must have four to six years of flight-time and testing. The highest-rated charter pilots in the U.S. are ATP-rated, which means they possess an Airline Transport Pilot certificate and are authorized to carry more than 9 passengers aboard scheduled and private charter aircraft with a maximum gross weight exceeding 12,500 pounds. Private charter aircraft pilots must meet many of the same requirements as commercial airline pilots.

With more than 30 years in the industry. EMC Jet is dedicated to supplying clients with professionally maintained private charter aircraft and the finest, most highly trained flight crews. To augment the safety of our private aircraft charters, EMC Jet utilizes some of the best third-party safety and auditing agencies in the aviation industry.

Fly Confidently With EMC Jet

The FAA regulates and controls the operation of all aviation in the United States -commercial, private and chartered. Before an aircraft or private aircraft charter operator is permitted to fly the general public as paying passengers, they must undergo a lengthy investigation and certification process. In the case of private charter aircraft, the governing regulations are found in FAR Part 135 [insert FAA link; see below and apply to aircraft and equipment, flight operations and limitations, pilot and crew member qualifications, maintenance, training and record keeping. In some cases, FAR Part 135 regulations are more stringent than Part 125 which governs large commercial aircraft. EMC Jet mandates that all aircraft and private charter flight operators meet these regulations and maintain up-to-date certification.

The FAA also imposes rigorous qualifications on pilots of private charter aircraft. They must have spotless police records, be medically certified by an FAA examiner, and meet minimum training and flight-hour requirements.

To pilot anything other than their own personal aircraft, pilots must have a commercial pilot’s license/ certificate issued by the FAA and must meet strict training and flight time requirements. Before a non-military pilot qualifies to carry passengers, he/she must have four to six years of flight-time and testing. The highest-rated charter pilots in the U.S. are ATP-rated, which means they possess an Airline Transport Pilot certificate and are authorized to carry more than 9 passengers aboard scheduled and private charter aircraft with a maximum gross weight exceeding 12,500 pounds. Private charter aircraft pilots must meet many of the same requirements as commercial airline pilots.

With more than 30 years in the industry. EMC Jet is dedicated to supplying clients with professionally maintained private charter aircraft and the finest, most highly trained flight crews. To augment the safety of our private aircraft charters, EMC Jet utilizes some of the best third-party safety and auditing agencies in the aviation industry.