Trans-Exec Air Service Employs 'Air Force One' Style Security Measures

 

Trans-Exec Air Service, the nation's largest all-Gulfstream charter service, has always provided the highest level of security on their exclusive luxury jets. However, in light of current world situations, company president David Bilson today announced new additions to their security procedures that will provide unparalleled protection for their clients and their aircraft.

Santa Monica, CA March 3, 2004 -- Trans-Exec Air Service, the nation's largest all-Gulfstream charter service, has always provided the highest level of security on their exclusive luxury jets. However, in light of current world situations, company president David Bilson today announced new additions to their security procedures that will provide unparalleled protection for their clients and their aircraft.

Headquartered in a new, state-of-the-art facility, the entire fleet of gleaming jets is protected around the clock with high-resolution security cameras, recording devices and perimeter motion sensors in all hangar, ramp, crew prep, and dispatch areas. Private security teams provide additional protection and systems checks.

Unlike most other carriers, Trans-Exec handles all aspects of food preparation and never uses outside caters. "The food is never out of our control," Bilson said. "This not only gives assurance that the meals onboard will be absolutely safe, but since we prepare everything fresh and cooked-to-order, it is also how we provide the most delicious gourmet cuisine in the skies."

Additional protection is garnered from the company's cleaning procedures. All aircraft are fully disinfected after each flight. The water system is filled with only pure, triple-filtered distilled water and is flushed out regularly. Even the Starbucks coffee used for making cappuccinos onboard the aircraft is replaced every 5-days, even if the package has never been opened.

Unforeseen emergencies in-flight are handled through a special arrangement with the Mayo Clinic. Flight attendants have received advanced medical and safety training, and are prepared to administer first-aid, provide resuscitation and handle most emergencies with a live satellite connection to a Mayo Clinic emergency room physician.

The company also zealously guards their client's privacy. All customers are referred to with code names, even in internal office discussions. This forced habit pays off just in case a visitor or delivery person happens to be standing nearby or is within earshot of a conversation.

Robert Frost, former FAA Safety Inspector and now Vice President of Operations at Trans-Exec, recently commented on these security measures. "In my thirty-five years in the aviation business, including running a major airline and working as a federal aviation safety expert, I have never seen a company that is as dedicated and has gone to such great lengths to ensure safety and security, as Trans-Exec."

Now celebrating their 25th year, Trans-Exec Air Service has been the choice of people who want to travel with uncompromising luxury, service and security, including high net-worth individuals, celebrities and five former United States Presidents.

For more information on Trans-Exec Private Jets, contact the company at (310) 399-9435 or visit the website at: www.transexec.com.
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