In our June/July issue, we celebrate bizav with a visit to Sunwest Aviation in Calgary. We also profile Flightdeck Solutions, discuss northern aviation priorities, and remember the Dash 7. Plus: RCAF retention challenges.
Canada Jetlines Ltd. announced that it has signed an agreement with MedAire, the aviation subsidiary of International SOS, a global leader in medical and security risk services.
MedAire has more than 30 years’ experience as a leading travel safety provider in the aviation industry and works with more than 150 airlines worldwide, providing in-flight medical advice, crew support services, onboard medical kits and training programs.
Jetlines will work with MedAire to ensure the safety of passengers and crew is the number one priority. This includes providing health assessments prior to departure as well as immediate, 24/7 access to emergency-trained doctors and specialists in the event of a mid-air medical emergency.
The company is also pleased to partner with Kenyon International Emergency Services. Kenyon provides a full suite of guaranteed resources, services and software to meet the demands of any incident. From an international call center service that can be activated within 30 minutes to family assistance services, Kenyon specialists assist with the activation and communication needs surrounding any incident or accident. Kenyon works with over 600 businesses and governments worldwide, 440 of which are in aviation, and has deployed over 325 activations.
Jetlines CEO, Javier Suarez commented, “At Jetlines, we weave safety and wellness in to all we do. We are building excellent infrastructure, policies, and processes to ensure we mitigate risks and are ready to deliver safe, reliable service to our future passengers, pilots, and cabin crew members. We intend to not only meet, but to exceed the regulatory and safety requirements of Transport Canada in an effort to receive our air operator certificate.”