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15/07/2020

Online fraud increasing in private jet charter market, warns The ACA and EBAA

Brussels/London, 15 July 2020. Today The Air Charter Association (The ACA) and the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) issued a warning to the Business Aviation sector regarding an increase in online fraud, as the charter market opens up to new and returning users.
Online fraud increasing in private jet charter market, warns The ACA and EBAA
16/12/2020

Leading Business aviation groups form alliance against illegal charters

Brussels, 16 December 2020 – Today, a global group of leading business aviation organizations announced a coordinated effort to combat illegal on-demand charter flights in the sector. The group, called the Air Charter Safety Alliance, will raise awareness among potential customers, charter brokers, ministries of transport, and national aviation authorities regarding the use of unauthorized aircraft operators for on-demand flights.
Leading Business aviation groups form alliance against illegal charters
14/12/2020

Dealing with internet scams

The internet and the ability to work online is a blessing where most the work is being conducted remotely. Imagine that the COVID19 Pandemic had occurred 20 years ago in a time when we were not so well connected. However, there is a downside, scamming and internet fraud is on the rise.
Dealing with internet scams
20/10/2020

EBAA adds 45 companies to membership

The summer and early Autumn months have seen an uptick in members joining the EBAA, with many citing EBAA’s bolstered data services and operational updates as a reason for joining.
EBAA adds 45 companies to membership
13/03/2020

Response following the publication of the Sala accident report

13 March, 2020 (Brussels/London). The following response can be attributed to the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) and The Air Charter Association (The ACA), following the publication of the Sala accident report conclusions by the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
Response following the publication of the Sala accident report