Our dedication to safety is part of our mission: to provide you with the safest private jet charter experience in the skies, with everyone involved taking pride in doing so.
We meet all FAA standards for jet charter companies, flight crew and maintenance personnel. We are also rated by ARGUS and Wyvern, two of the most well respected and recognized symbols of safety in the industry.
ARGUS Gold-rated charter companies offer transparency for the consumer. Jet charter customers can recognize if the charter company meets all their flight requirements and be confident in selecting the right one for their next flight.
To determine the air charter carrier’s rating, Argus evaluates such areas as:
Time in operation
Number of aircraft on the Air Carrier Certificate
In-depth historical safety analysis
Pilot background checks and aircraft operational control validation
Results of ARGUS on-site audit
Emergency response plans
The ARGUS stamp of approval means RAI Jets adheres to applicable regulations for jet charter, including appropriate insurance and management of fiscal responsibilities.
Wyvern Consulting is another registration and auditing program that was the first of its kind in the country. Wyvern offers a due-diligence system that allows all charter clients to access information about a jet charter company before a flight.
RAI Jets is audited regularly by Wyvern who confirms that we comply with all Part 135 regulations of the Federal Aviation Association (FAA). They also confirm our longstanding safety record, success of our private charter flights and our financial stability.
RAI JETS SAFETY PROGRAMS
We are ever diligent in our compliance with all FAA regulations, meeting and exceeding them not only in our maintenance operations but also with our flight crew and operations procedures.
Private liability insurance at minimum of $100 million
Captains must have:
Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) licenses
First class medical
Minimum 3,000 total flight hours
Minimum 1,500 hours as captain
Minimum 250 hours in type of aircraft
First Officers must have:
An FAA Commercial/Multi-Engine license
Second class medical
Minimum 1,000 total flight hours
Minimum 500 hours as captain
All pilots are required to attend FAA-approved, annual recurrent training
When you are comparing jet charter companies, know that RAI Jets shares your concern for safety and we provide you the safety and security we would for our own family members. Trust us for the safest, jet charter or aviation management service you will ever experience.