BOSTON, Mass. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Air Charter Association of North America (ACANA) has formally endorsed the recent National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) publication: NBAA Best Practices for Air Charter Brokering. This publication provides confirmation that the NBAA recognizes the value that brokers bring to the business aviation community ACANA wishes to acknowledge this industry milestone and stands behind the movement for setting high standards for the brokering community.
The NBAA publication addresses the role air charter brokers play in the Part 135 on-demand air charter industry (focusing on aircraft of 30 seats and less) and discusses federal regulations that must be adhered to and the best practices used throughout the air charter brokering industry.
“ACANA welcomes the NBAA’s efforts to establish best practices for air charter brokers. ACANA shares the goal of creating a marketplace where ethical, experienced, and highly trained brokers are the standard and not the exception,” says Scott Bickford, Chairman of ACANA.
“ACANA looks forward to working with NBAA and DOT in order to standardize and improve how air charter brokers provide services to their clients. We are pleased that NBAA recognizes the positive role that brokers play in the air charter industry,” says Jonathan Tasler, President of ACANA.
The Air Charter Association of North America is a non-profit organization comprised of the finest air charter service providers in the industry. The stringent membership requirements of ACANA ensure that the members adhere to the highest standards of ethics, integrity and professionalism. Providing a benchmark for excellence and professionalism for consumers is the purpose of the organization.
For more information about the Air Charter Association of North America go to www.flyacana.org .
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