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IBAC announces new pricing for IS-BAH

Posted 25 May 2016 · Add Comment

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) has announced options for the pricing of the International Standards for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) Programme.

Individual FBOs and business aviation handling agents (BAHAs) that are IBAC members can obtain a bundled purchase of the IS-BAH manual, a workshop participation, and registration, a process that must be completed within a year.
 
Larger FBO chains can obtain bulk pricing for thee purchase of multiple bundles.
 
“The introduction of pricing options allows both the single-facility FBO and those with multiple locations to better budget their investment toward safety initiatives in implementing the global code of best safety practice,” said Terry Yeomans, IS-BAH programme manager.
 
The IS-BAH is a code of practice for FBOs and BAHAs, and incorporates a safety management system concept that compliments the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO).  
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