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Safety is a top priority at NetJets , which is why the company invests in the latest technology, enforces strict maintenance requirements and trains pilots and crews above and beyond the call of duty, making sure you always get where you need to be without worry.
Each plane in the NetJets fleet is equipped with state-of-the-art safety devices and all maintenance inspections meet or exceed Federal Aviation Administration requirements. Only the original equipment manufacturers and their authorized support facilities are tapped for aircraft maintenance. Before every flight, NetJets operations experts check over everything from weather conditions to baggage weight to make sure there’s nothing but smooth sailing ahead.
NetJets pilots average 7,500 hours of flight experience and are required to undergo additional training twice a year. Each pilot flies only one type of aircraft, greatly boosting the pilot’s precision. When it comes to your medical safety on board the aircraft, rest assured that the crew has received comprehensive training in the use of emergency medical kits, emergency oxygen and defibrillators. In the event of an in-flight medical emergency, NetJets flight crews can connect directly with critical care nurses and doctors at the renowned Mayo Clinic, who are able to provide medical support and make diversion recommendations if someone needs treatment on the ground.