Passenger and crew safety is the top priority at CI Jets. Our standards for safety far exceed Federal Aviation Administration regulatory requirements, which has led to a flawless aviation safety record since our founding in 1976.
Crew Members and Training
CI Jets hand picks highly experienced, safety conscious professional pilots and crewmembers who work as a team to meet your needs. Each crewmember undergoes an extensive background check, to verify their safety record prior to an employment offer. Our crews are highly trained and qualified to safely fly our clients anywhere they need to go. Whether your destination is Las Vegas or Mexico City, rest assured our crews will get you there safely. CI Jets’ company culture instills the goal of achieving a higher safety standard in business aviation paramount on every flight.
CI Jets utilizes industry leading providers for advanced professional pilot training. Crews extensively train in handling abnormal and emergency situations to ensure they can safely navigate and limit real world situations. Pilots receive aircraft specific education and routinely take FAA safety checks every six months.
Safety Management System
CI Jets utilizes a fully integrated Safety Management System (SMS), which is managed by our full time Director of Safety. The system mandates a proactive assessment and mitigation of risk for every flight flown by our crews with and without passengers. SMS is a quality and safety management program designed to help CI Jets limit risk and provide management with accurate data to monitor safety in our organization. The CI Jets Director of Safety chairs our Safety Committee which meets routinely to discuss potential risks throughout the company and ways we can mitigate those risks.
Our highly experienced captains perform risk assessments prior to every flight utilizing CI Jet’s custom Flight Risk Assessment Tool (FRAT). The FRAT is designed to divulge a real time risk analysis on the specific flight scheduled encompassing real time conditions. If an unusually high risk is determined the captain consults with the Chief Pilot to determine the safest strategy for the flight. Our team might choose to delay the flight or select an alternative airport if the original destination conditions do not meet our minimum requirements for safety.