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Perfect Safety Record

With over 14,000 flights since 2004, New Flight Charters boasts a perfect safety record.

Subscribing to all safety auditors and ratings - ARG/US, Wyvern Ltd., Air Charter Safety Foundation and IS-BAO certifications, there have been no accidents and no FAA corrective action from any flights arranged by New Flight Charters.

New Flight Charters is renowned; we retain the top industry professionals with a superior work environment, the industry's leading compensation structure, and a 13-year history of success and profitability. We demand, and reward, the highest
service level in the industry.

Denver Colorado Jet Charter Flights

New Flight Charters Management Team:
42 Years Charter Experience
51 Years FAA-Certified Aviation Experience
114 Years Executive Management Experience
23,200 Hours Personal Flight Experience

With the management team's experience and first-hand understanding of flight safety, New Flight Charters employs a macro view in evaluating air charter safety. You cannot rely soley on, or blindly trust, one source, program or method. You must understand the overall environment and all sources of information, including your own personal experiences with an aircraft operator and their personnel, to continually arrange the safest and most enjoyable jet charter flights.

New Flight Charters does not rely on just one method or approval - as is common in charter - but employs an overall view and evaluation of all information sources; including the FAA, IS-BAO, ACSF Industry Audits, Wyvern LTD, and ARG/US. New Flight Charters evaluates the confluence of them all, along with the overall charter operating environment and personal experience of over 12 years chartering thousands of flights.

With industry-leading information and experience, New Flight Charters is happy to provide any requested level or set of ratings, or qualifications for any charter.

FAA Charter Certification

All New Flight Charters flights are operated by approved air carriers certified by the FAA and registered with the United States Department Of Transportation (DOT) in good standing, who exceed industry-leading safety standards including aircraft inspections every 50 or 100 flight hours by FAA certified Airframe and Power Plant Mechanics. Operator and aircraft status are continually monitored with the FAA and a questionable air carrier, aircraft, or flight crew will never be flown. Crews are FAA certified and every jet captain is ATP(Airline Transport Pilot) rated.

The FAA conducts a lengthy investigation and certification process before granting an aircraft and its operator the authority to carry the general public as paying passengers. It takes many months, sometimes years, to become an FAA-certified Air Carrier. In addition the FAA has continual oversight during annual inspections, pilot semi-annual checks, and conformity inspections for any aircraft being added to a charter certificate. Certificated charter operators are assigned a local FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) representative and inspector who continually monitors the operator.

The FAA Part-135 (charter) rules and certification section is 112 pages and the second largest category of the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR). It is only a few pages less than the Part-91 section which governs total air traffic and general operating rules applying to all flights, private aircraft rules, flight rules and private pilot certifications. It is clear in examining the FAR that the FAA considers carrying paying passengers much more seriously than owners flying their own aircraft or any other part of the air traffic system or certifications.

FAA certification is the most comprehensive inspection, testing and compliance system an aircraft operator undergoes. And it should be. It is the approval to safely fly the paying public, and the first standard by which charter aircraft operate. Every operator, pilot and aircraft mechanic must comply by its rules.

History holds this standard as valid. Professionally flown charter flights with 2 crew members have an accident and safety record similar to that of the scheduled airlines.  
Source: National Business Aircraft Association

Wyvern, Ltd.

New Flight Charters is one of few Wyvern-Authorized companies, licensed by Wyvern Ltd. to generate reports on the operator, specific aircraft, captain and first officer for each and every charter flight. New Flight Charters monitors history, statistics and documents for Wyvern registered operators, and their aircraft and crews.

Licensed by Wyvern, New Flight Charters has comprehensive operator information at its fingertips for 3,000+ air carriers and 18,000+ aircraft. This includes operations history, background information, pilot details, FAA documents, Insurance coverage, and FAA operations specifications. This also includes any accidents, incidents, FAA Letters of Correction and Warning Notices. Much of the information and documents are current, directly from FAA electronic files, and other information is acquired by Wyvern directly or from an on-site audit.


New Flight Charters is subscriber to aviation data and research service leader ARG/US (Aviation Research Group/U.S.), which offers consulting services and provides information collection, research and distribution in the field of aviation. One sector of their products and services is charter operator reviews and ratings. Charter Operators can subscribe to ARG/US's services and obtain a rating of Gold, Gold Plus or Platinum, at increasing subscription rates and levels of evaluation. Consumers of charter services may then also may subscribe to ARG/US services and access those ratings and limited operator information.

As of November 7, 2015, there are 1,778 FAA-certified and DOT-registered charter operators in the United States. 508 of those have chosen to subscribe to ARG/US for safety ratings. Of those, 363 are rated Gold, 15 Gold Plus, and 130 are rated Platinum.

New Flight Charters provides any level of ARG/US-rated aircraft and crew desired and available for a charter request. Of note- ARG/US is a for-profit organization and ratings are not free. An ongoing fee is charged for each level of evaluation and rating, and the majority of charter operators do not elect the expense of ARG/US ratings on a cost-consideration basis.

Air Charter Safety Foundation - Industry Audit Standard

The ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS) is a revolutionary program built from the ground up by the Air Charter Safety Foundation to set the standard for the independent evaluation of an air charter operator’s and/or shared ownership company’s safety and regulatory compliance. It was crafted to alleviate the substantial costs and redundancies associated with today’s auditing environment – where operators are subject to multiple audits every year that consume precious resources.

The ACSF Industry Audit Standard (IAS) has been developed with the input and guidance of leading safety auditors, charter operators, shared aircraft ownership companies and charter consumers.

Operator and customers alike can be assured of the integrity of the program because becoming audit registered requires the review and approval of the on-site auditors recommendations by an independent review board..

Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF), with significant input from the air charter industry, developed a common Industry Audit Standard (IAS) to which all on-demand air charter operators and fractional aircraft ownership management companies can be evaluated. The IAS is based on the airline auditing standard that has been successful at reducing risk in that industry.

As of November 23, 2015, just 16 air charter operators are IAS-Registered.

New Flight Charters is a Member of the Air Charter Safety Foundation.


New Flight Charters is proud to recommend charters by IS-BAO Registered aircraft operators. As a comprehensive international safety program and audited standard "for the industry, by the industry", it is separate from third party companies who make a business of compiling and selling operator statistics, information or ratings based on sometimes arbitrarily-determined standards.

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) is the newest and most comprehensive audited safety standard for business aircraft. Only a handful of charter operators have achieved IS-BAO registration. Registered operators have demonstrated compliance through successful completion of a third party industry audit by an IBAC Accredited Auditor.

IS-BAO was developed by the industry for the benefit of the industry. It is a code of best practices designed to help flight departments worldwide achieve a high level of safety and professionalism. IS-BAO was formally introduced and made available to the business aviation community by the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) in May, 2002.

Through the use of Safety Management Systems (SMS), IS-BAO registered business aircraft operators proactively identify and manage risks. Under a formalized SMS, operators identify potential hazards and ensure that a process is put in place to effectively manage them. NBAA advocates that flight departments of all sizes implement a SMS for aircraft operations.

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) introduced the IS-BAO program for many reasons. In many business sectors, international standards are recognized for their role in facilitating global commerce. IS-BAO is similar in this respect as its fundamental purpose is to foster standardized, safe and highly professional aircraft operations.

IBAC and Member Associations hold aviation safety as their highest priority. Members continuously seek means to improve an already very safe community. Many programs are in place, all coordinated through the Business Aviation Safety Strategy, which is a dynamic plan assessed and updated on regular basis. IBAC also publishes a comprehensive set of safety statistics which are use to make determinations of where improvement is advisable.


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Since 2004


BBB Rated A+

Member Denver Chamber of Commerce

Awarded Four Consecutive Years

Awarded Gold Rating

Member National Business Aviation Association

ARG/US Industry Data Resource

US Government Contractor

Dun & Bradstreet Rated

Verified by D&B

ISBAO Registered Operator / Aircraft Available

Wyvern Preferred Brokerage

Member National Air Transport Association

Member Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association

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Jackson Hole aircraft owned by New Flight Charters are operated under Air Carrier Certificate CCJA746C by Centurion Flight Services, Inc.
New Flight Charters performs as agent for the customer and arranges all flights on behalf of charter clients with FAA-certified
and DOT-registered FAR Part 135 direct air carriers, or foreign equivalent, who exercise full operational control.

(303) 729-1444 Jet Charter Denver, a service of New Flight Charters
15954 Jackson Creek Pkwy #B-301, Monument, CO 80132

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