February 5, 2014
MANASSAS, VA (rushPRnews) 02/05/14 — -Harris Reinforces Charter Company’s Central Commitment to Safety and Security-
Metropolitan Aviation, a Virginia-based private jet management and charter company, announced the naming of Captain Justin Harris as its new Director of Safety.
“At Metropolitan Aviation, we are dedicated to safety at every level, from flight operations to facilities, in all systems company-wide,” said Tony Massinon, Director of Operations for Metropolitan Aviation. “Justin brings a real drive and contagious enthusiasm to this position, representing to every employee in every department that exceeding industry best standards is our daily charge.”
Captain Harris recently completed the USC Safety Management System course, giving him the essential knowledge – in risk management, program development strategies, and auditing principles – to building and maintaining effective management systems and interoperability with Quality Assurance. Harris reports to Metropolitan Aviation’s founder and CEO, Alan R. Cook.
About Metropolitan Aviation
Metropolitan Aviation operates on the principles of integrity, experience and a paramount commitment to safety. Aircraft owners, charter clients and brokers worldwide have come to expect and value the company’s dedicated flight crews, top-quality equipment, and 24/7 customer service backed by superior maintenance and ground personnel. Two captain-qualified pilots crew each Metropolitan Aviation flight, ensuring the highest levels of safety and performance.
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