The attention of business aviation operators and flight crews is drawn to Bulletins B12-03 “In-flight Fuel Management” and B12-04 “Flight Plan 2012” recently posted on the IBAC Website.
IBAC and three helicopter associations (HAI, BHA and EHA) joined forces to complete a thorough review and amendment of the IS-BAO Safety Standard to incorporate changes to better recognize helicopter operations. The amended standard will be available in January’s IS-BAO amendment. For further information download the Press Release.
An IS-BAO Press Release issued 9 June 2011 announces completion of a Business Model study and appointment of a new IS-BAO management team. Download the Press Release here.
The International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) has experienced considerable growth over the past two years. To ensure the IS-BAO Management Team has a blueprint to facilitate management of the increase in demand and importance of the industry standard, a comprehensive study was conducted of business model options. Results of the study can be [...]
IBAC is now 30 years old and our birthday has been recognized in a special edition of ‘Aviation’ Business. Download the article here.
IBAC and FlightSafety International have co-developed a new Safety Management Systems (SMS) online course entitled Safety Management Systems for Aviation Professionals. It is designed for all professionals working within flight department operations, including pilots, maintenance personnel, flight attendants, dispatchers, line personnel and administrative staff. The course takes a scenario-based approach to learning, using relatable, even [...]
The IBAC Governing Board has decided that, effective 2011, annual amendments will be made available to all IS-BAO holders free of charge through a password protected website for which all holders electing to download the amendment will be issued a unique password. Printed versions of the annual amendment will continue to be available at cost [...]
The July 2010 IS-BAO Newsletter announces many new changes upcoming to the standard management process.