As countries around the globe begin to slowly emerge into different forms of flight operations, managers are making decisions about what the “next normal” will look like. This news hour covered the challenges, ideas and best practices for dealing with FBOs, charter operations, and flight schools during and after COVID-19.Read More >
The FAA is extending through July 31, 2020 four regulatory exemptions (18509 (PDF), 18510 (PDF), 18511 (PDF), 18512 (PDF)) it previously issued to scheduled and on-demand US air carriers. The exemptions give operators grace periods for completing certain training and qualification requirements, and give crewmembers relief from having to don protective breathing equipment or oxygen masks in training, checking, or evaluation. They originally were going to expire on May 31.Read More >
With most aircraft operators seeing greatly reduced flight hours as a result of Covid-19, companies are looking for ways to keep their personnel sharp and ready for when demand increases. In a webinar presented by WYVERN, that problem was explored from the perspective of Part 91 and Part 135 operators.Read More >
Nashua, NH, USA: WYVERN Ltd and MRO Insider Partner to Elevate Safety in the MRO World!
WYVERN Ltd and MRO Insider have partnered to help operators make better risk-based decisions when choosing an aircraft maintenance organization to support their business. Under the agreement, MRO Insider maintenance providers can voluntarily sign up to WYVERN’s Quality and Safety Management System (QSMS) software services to enhance their quality and safety risk management. By doing so, aircraft maintenance providers will be highlighted as Bronze, Silver, or Gold status inside of the MRO Insider software based on their risk management performance in WYVERN’s QSMS. This will allow the end-user to make decisions not only on price but on quality and safety as well.
WYVERN is responding in many ways to improve our tools and your experience with our ACES platform. Today, we released the most significant update since the initial release of ACES last June. With these changes, all members will be able to scale their membership, so their monthly fee better fits their budget.Read More >
2019 was such a great year for WYVERN, that we are moving HQ up to a new, modern office in Southern New Hampshire, next to the Nashua Airport! Our new office space allows us to provide training on-site to include our world-class Safety Leader Training Course. The larger space also enables us to host events. So, if you would like to hold an event to promote professionalism in aviation at our new location, we would be happy to sponsor it.
Andrew Day joins WYVERN as the Senior Director, Quality & Education following numerous senior leadership roles in commercial and private aviation. Andy has more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, from small regional airlines to large Part 135 charter operations and almost everything in between. During that time Andy was instrumental in leading operators to become benchmarks in the industry, setting the standard for safety, security, and dependability. Most recently, Andy was the CEO of a large global Part 135 charter operator in New England. Andy's deep industry knowledge will enhance the WYVERN team's ability to carry out the company mission of "elevating safety and security worldwide".
WYVERN has many reasons for celebrating 2019! Our Wingman renewals were strong. ACES was launched to ensure safe and legal charter operations around the world. Both ACES and QSMS software platforms are robust and rapidly evolving. Our audit business increased significantly. New members joined in all categories. Quality metrics prove our team delivered excellent services across the board. Our healthy financial metrics will allow for continued modernization and growth for 2020!