Prime Jet Joins the ACSF and ASAP

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Bryan Burns
Air Charter Safety Foundation
Washington, DC 20006

Washington, DC, June 30, 2020 — Prime Jet (, a leading charter and aircraft management company with operations in Colorado, California and Singapore, has joined the Air Charter Safety Foundation ( and its Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP). The ACSF, which now has more than 230 member companies, is a non-profit aviation safety organization that provides programs to enable the highest levels of safety in personal, charter and business aviation.

“As a leader in aircraft management, we welcome the opportunity to join ACSF and participate in its Aviation Safety Action Program,” said Cheryl Janke, CEO, Prime Jet. “This is the next logical step in fulfilling the Prime Jet pledge to be experts at responding to aircraft ownership and travel needs for our clients in the safest, most efficient and transparent means possible.”

The ASAP is administered by the ACSF in partnership with the Federal Aviation Administration. Prime Jet’s membership enables its employees to voluntarily report significant safety concerns, non-compliance with regulations and other unusual events. Each report is investigated, and corrective actions are determined based on a non-disciplinary approach to flight safety.

“Even in these extremely challenging times, the need for redoubling our focus on aviation safety issues is paramount. That’s why the ACSF and ASAP are so vitally necessary,” noted Bryan Burns, ACSF President. “I’m very gratified that forward-thinking companies like Prime Jet understand that necessity, and are doing their utmost to participate in and support our mission.”

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About Prime Jet

Established in 2002, Prime Jet is a privately held aviation charter/management company. The company operates 15 Gulfstream aircraft on a global scale, with more than 70,000 dispatched hours. Among its many strengths, Prime Jet prides itself on its in-house management of all international flights, which helps it to better optimize security and and cost-effectiveness. With 24/7 operations and a staff based in the USA and Asia, the company has earned the highest safety audit ratings available: Wyvern Wingman, ARG/US Platinum and is IS-BAO Stage II. In June 2020, the FAA recognized Prime Jet for its Safety Management System Voluntary Program (SMSVP).

About the ACSF

The Air Charter Safety Foundation is a non-profit organization with more than 230 member companies. Its mission is to lead and support the advancement of the highest safety standards available; to enable the business, charter and fractional ownership industry to offer the safest air transportation products in the world; and to provide objective information about these standards and services to the public. In accordance with its mission, the ACSF developed the Industry Audit Standard for Part 135 and 91K operators, which serves as a detailed gap analysis of an operator’s management practices. The ACSF also administers the Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), in partnership with the Federal Aviation Authority. The ASAP, which has more than 175 participants, makes use of member employee input to identify significant safety concerns and issues, operational deficiencies, non-compliance with regulations, deviations from company policies and procedures, and unusual events. Every year in March, the ACSF hosts an annual Air Charter Safety Symposium at

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