Luxaviation UK are proud to be accredited members of Wyvern, Aviation Research Group ARG/US and BBGA. These are all industry leaders in providing aviation safety information and aviation information collection, analysis and distribution.
Wyvern Aviation Safety Intelligence
Wyvern established in 1991 sets the standards for ensuring safety of part 135 Operators, Air Crew and Aircrafts. They are a global leader in aviation safety auditing, consulting and information service. Luxaviation UK have been members since 1998 ensuring the highest standards in aviation safety is met. Wyvern develop programs that far exceed the FAA standards. London Executive Aviation's Wyvern certificate
Aviation Research Group ARG/US
Aviation Research Group ARG/US are industry leaders in the specialized field of aviation information collection, analysis and distribution. ARG/US information services provide the necessary data to effectively operate, compete and make changes in the rapidly changing business aviation industry.
British Business and General Aviation Association
BBGA's function is to support, protect and promote the growth and well-being of a profitable General and Business Aviation industry in Britain and they achieve this by representation, campaigning, monitoring, co-operation, promotion and information. In addition, they have extensive representation in Europe as a founder member and chair of the European Council for General Aviation Support.
Baltic Air Charter Association
The Baltic Air Charter Association (or BACA) is the largest air charter industry association in the world.
European Business Aviation Association
Founded in 1977, EBAA is the leading Association for Business Aviation in Europe. It takes part in regulatory discussions at the various European institutions to tackle the challenges that threaten this sector and promotes the community as vital to Europe's economic development.
UK Air Operators Certificate
Any individual, organisation or Company that wishes to operate an aircraft for the purpose of Commercial Air transport must, by law, obtain an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Authority.