The ASL and JetNetherlands companies working at the market since fall of 2014 under the JetNet Alliance Group brand report about inclusion in the park of the new Embraer Phenom 100 belonging to the private client. Business Jett will become the first plane in the company park, to the corresponding new rules EASA Part-NCC.
The main objective of new requirements of Part NCC – to raise standards of safety for private planes on which the security systems applied to commercial flights have to be installed. Among them: system of data transmission the pilot dispatcher of LINK 2000+, independent automatic system of observation (ADS-B) of location of a board, air navigation system (FANS) allowing to establish connection between pilots and dispatching services on high-frequency communication channels at long distances, a crash avoidance system (TCAS).
Now Part-NCC demand from each private operator to adhere to the same requirements, as commercial operators, but these norms are proportional for “private traders”. Along with creation and maintenance of the guide to production of flights, each owner or the operator has to submit the declaration on a consent of their national adjuster on capture on themselves to the accountability and responsibility for their actions according to new rules. Non-Commercial Complex are directed to increase in safety of flights in business aircraft, extend to the planes which are used in private non-commercial purposes and came into force on August 25, 2016.
JetNet Alliance Group – one of the last projects of the European business carriers on association. Negotiations on interflow lasted over a year that indicates thorough training of joint strategy and plans for the future.
“After interflow expansion of own opportunities in Europe, optimization of resources and introduction of modern IT technologies became the main objective of partners. The existing reality in the European market of business transportations such is that small players are simply doomed, and their only rescue – combination of efforts”, – comment in JetNet Alliance Group.
After merging of the company still remain independent and about two certificates of the operator (Belgian and Dutch), however under the uniform JetNet Alliance Group brand continue to work. JetNet Alliance Group operates with the park from more than 30 business jets with a capacity from four to twenty passengers (Beechcraft King Air 90/200/350, Piaggio Avanti, Cessna Citation Mustang, CJ1/2+/3, VI/VII, Excel/XLS+, Sovereign+, Falcon 2000, Challenger 605 and Legacy 600). Planes are based in the Netherlands and Belgium, including Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Maastricht, Groningen, Antwerp, Kortreyk-Vevelgem and Brussels. The number of personnel of JetNet Alliance Group makes more than 100 people, including 65 pilots.
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