Code of Practice
Our Member companies will ensure their staff are fully compliant with the contents and implications of the Association's Code of Practice.
Carry out due diligence to establish that any operator they engage for a flight or flights is properly licensed, insured, documented and competent, and that the aircraft to be used is airworthy and properly maintained.
Provide appropriate training for their staff wherever possible, and encourage employees to obtain relevant qualifications and maintain their professional skills.
When proposing a transaction, declare whether their role is to be as Principal or Broker.
Avoid quoting differing prices for what appears to be the same business, accepting that differences will occur if proposals are differently made.
Act within the legal and fiscal requirements of the states in which they conduct their business, and in accordance with international law and United Nations agreements.