Above & Beyond- A Proactive Approach

At Outlier Jets, due diligence is paramount and the foundation of our safety program. Our team of industry experts have decades of combined experience which has guided our decision to proactively set standards above and beyond the FAA legal requirements. The Outlier Team maintains a zero incident history and our program provides safer and more reliable flights for our clients.

Outlier Commitment

Only 10% of the FAA registered and legal air carriers meet Outlier’s required benchmarks.  We firmly believe that FAA compliance is only one facet of an aircraft or pilot’s history.  Outlier maintains non-negotiable qualifiers around a clean operating history, aircraft age, and liability insurance levels. All aircraft and pilots are pre-vetted using Outlier’s stringent requirements, then re-evaluated prior to every mission. Our safety team conducts further verification analysis using additional data inputs from the FAA, DOT, FlightSafety, ICAO, EASA and NTSB.  Our goal is simple, provide our clients with access to the absolute best aircraft and pilots for the mission.

 

Outlier further validates and supplements our proprietary due-diligence with third party audits performed by industry leader Wyvern Consulting Ltd. and ARGUS International Inc. Both are leaders in aviation safety auditing, consulting, and information services. Part of our safety protocol includes running ARGUS TripCHEQ or a Wyvern PASS report for our client’s flights. These audits confirm pilot background checks and pilot experience data.

 

Last, there is no substitute for decades of experience working within the aviation, intelligence and defense industries.  With over 40 years of combined experience, Outlier’s management and advisory board have extensive “working knowledge” of the aviation industry. We absolutely consider this expertise a proprietary benefit for our clients.

Experience Requirements

Outlier considers pilot flight time to be an important benchmark. Research by the NTSB has shown that accident rates decrease by nearly half once a pilot obtains 100 hours and continues to decrease thereafter.  Outlier will not engage pilots that do not meet our strict experience guidelines.