At Interstellar Aviation we work exclusively with the World Leaders in Aviation. We look beyond the gleaming paint, and the soft leather seats to meticulously assess the carrier, aircraft, and the pilots, so that we have the information needed to ensure the safe and secure passage of each and every passenger.
With each trip our team collectively analyzes the intended mission profile to evaluate all potential risks and possible concerns. We then engage the market for availability of aircraft that would be best suited to safely perform the trip. Our standards of safety begin with a thorough screening of our network of aircraft carriers and airports. We have established a rigorous vendor approval program that requires each included carrier to maintain compliance with FAA Part 135 charter aircraft regulations, a long-standing and proven track record of providing safe private flights with no aircraft accidents, or major FAA enforcement actions taken against them within the last five years, and the financial stability and wear withal to commit to continued pro-active maintenance and the safe execution of each flight. We also utilize the leading third-party aircraft auditors Argus and Wyvern as a supplement to our program.
Each charter arranged by Interstellar Aviation is flown on an aircraft no older than 15 years of age, and crewed by a minimum of two pilots irrespective of aircraft size. The Captain and First Officer are required to be highly trained, with both possessing sufficient enough experience as a Captain of an aircraft. Each aircraft is also required to carry liability insurance at a minimum of $4.25 million per passenger, with an insured liability value at minimum of $50 million.