In 32 years of operation, A-OK Jets never experienced an incident or violation of any aircraft regulations. We practice the most rigorous standards for maintenance, security, pilots and crew performance and charter jet company infrastructure in the industry:
Our maintenance division works with skilled technicians and collaborates with the manufacturers, avionics and engine providers to develop processes, use the right tools and correct parts to keep your aircraft in top operating condition. The aircraft is completely inspected before and after each flight using a stringent set of checklists ensuring that the plane is mechanically ready to fly.
Similar to commercial airline pilots, charter airline pilots must meet strict qualifications. They are regulated by the FAA and have to be US citizens with clean police records. A medical certificate from a FAA medical examiner is also necessary for charter jet pilots. Most commercial pilots for charter log between 4,000-6,000 hours of flight time before they are allowed to captain an aircraft. This is in addition to special training required for specific aircraft.
We partner with local airport authorities, law enforcement officials, the National Business Aviation Association and FAA security officials to ensure thorough implementation of the latest security measures and procedures. Aircraft are inspected prior to boarding. The proper passenger identification is verified for Part 135 and Part 91 (k) flights.
All flight crew members undergo annual FACTS medical and emergency training and bi-annual simulator training with one of the most recognized pilot training facilities
A-OK Jets has an FAA approved SMS system that evaluates pilot, aircraft and maintenance safety attributes. This raises the safety factor for any operation significantly.
Our rigorously built safety infrastructure and passing a rigorous safety audit in excess of normal FAA requirements has resulted in no incidents since we have been in business. In addition, customers can contact the local Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) to ask about the safety record of A-OK Jets.