The Aircraft Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) scheduled a meeting of key industry leaders on May 4 to discuss potential changes to its Industry Audit Standard (IAS) and means to make it more accessible to smaller operators. The move to take a new look at the standard comes after a key supporter of the IAS, Executive Jet Management, dropped its backing of the standard and instead brought its audit work in-house. The ACSF created the standard in 2008 after a number of charter operators ...

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