INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AVIATION COUNCIL
Co-located at the ICAO headquarters in Montreal, Canada, IBAC provides expert advocacy and intelligence on behalf of the global business aviation community participating in various ICAO bodies whose work affects business aviation. Where business aviation association members work effectively in national and regional capitals, IBAC advocates at the global level – at ICAO – on behalf of the worldwide business aviation community.
IBAC Vision: To keep business flying around the world, accelerating economic growth, development, and environmental sustainability across all regions.
IBAC Mission: To serve the diverse needs of business aviation across the globe.
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IBAC promotes and manages the industry-leading standards for safety and best practice through its:
* International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO)
* International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH)
* SMS eLearning training in cooperation with FlightSafety
* Aircrew Identification Card
THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARD FOR BUSINESS AIRCRAFT HANDLING
IF YOU COULD MAKE ANY CHANGES TO IMPROVE THE SAFTEY OF YOUR OPERATIONS, WHAT WOULD THEY BE?
Launched in 2014, the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) is designed to enhance the safety and efficiency of business and general aviation Ground Handling Service Providers (GHSP) on a global level. IS-BAH is based on the implementation of industry best practices blended through a progressive Safety Management System (SMS) appropriate to the scale and nature of GHSPs, including Fixed Based Operations (FBO) and Business Aircraft Handling Agencies (BAHA).
As a voluntary programme, IS-BAH is the first industry standard to bring the SMS concept to ground handling and will enable handlers to meet ICAO SMS requirements. The IS-BAH follows the structure of the IS-BAO Programme and is in partnership NATA where you can find a IS-BAH status map. IS-BAH is the global industry standard for handlers and operators around the world to meet the coming SMS requirements from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
In 2018 General Aviation Service, Obtained ISBAH certificate Stage I
Two years later, in 2020 We got Stage II.