NATA Safety 1st Clean Standard, 50 & counting

Washington, DC, June 29, 2020 - 

Today, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced that 50 companies are self-certified in NATA’s Safety 1st Clean since its inception in mid-June. The Safety 1st Clean standard relies upon industry expertise, the latest operational best practices, and government agency guidance to safeguard aviation business personnel, corporate assets, and the general flying public.

“The NATA team is very pleased to see how quickly Safety 1st Clean is gaining traction across the industry and throughout the world, with locations in Canada, Singapore, and Australia among the first to adopt the standard. We are confident that even more locations will realize the immense value in using Safety 1st Clean to confirm their own heightened standards in cleaning and disinfecting during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond,” stated NATA Senior Vice President Ryan Waguespack.

“NATA appreciates the collaboration between its Safety Committee and COVID Task Force in working to provide this free guidance on facility cleaning, disinfecting, and facility operations in response to the ongoing pandemic. With the assistance of our dedicated members and stakeholders, NATA is constantly monitoring the situation to ensure our members and the industry at-large are equipped with the appropriate information and guidance on which they and their customers can rely upon,” added NATA President and CEO Timothy Obitts.

The Safety 1st Clean self-certification process allows FBOs to highlight their conformance by displaying the Safety 1st Clean logo. Upon completing the self-certification checklist, an FBO can send it and other required documentation outlined in the document to to receive the Safety 1st Clean logo.
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To access this free standard, please click here

Safety 1st Clean locations:
Aero Charter, Inc.
Airways International Limited
Asian Corporate Aviation Management Pte. Ltd.
B. Coleman Aviation LLC
Banyan Air Service
Bombardier Aerospace Services Singapore Pte. Ltd
Business Jet Center - Dallas
City of Temple Airport
Clay Lacy Aviation
College Park Airport
Dominion Aviation
Duncan Aviation
Duncan Aviation - Provo
Epps Air Service Inc.
First Wing Jet Center
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services - Kennesaw
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services - Ronkonkoma
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services - Sioux City
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services - Tuscaloosa
Hawthorne Global Aviation Services - Wheeling
Hawthorne Aviation - WI
Island Wings Air Service
Jacksonville Jetport LLC
Jet Aviation - Australia
JetEx Flight Support
Kansas Jet Center Inc.
Lehigh Valley Aviation Services - Braden Airpark
Lehigh Valley Aviation Services - Queen City Airport
Million Air - Albany
Million Air - Austin
Million Air - Burbank
Million Air - Dallas
Million Air - Gulfport/Biloxi
Million Air - Houston
Million Air - Indianapolis
Million Air - Richmond
Million Air - Tallahassee
Mountain West Aviation - EKO
Mountain West Aviation - KCXP
National Jets Inc./National Air Ambulance
Odyssey Aviation - Nassau
Ross Aviation- Scottsdale
Ross Rectrix BED, LLC
Sky Service FBO YYC
Skyservice FBO INC.
Skyservice FBO INC- Ontario
Southwest Jet Center
TAC Air - Dallas
Texas Jet Inc.
Universal Weather & Aviation Inc. - Singapore

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has been the voice of aviation business for 80 years. Representing nearly 2,300 aviation businesses, NATA’s member companies provide a broad range of services to general aviation, the airlines and the military and NATA serves as the public policy group representing the interests of aviation businesses before Congress and the federal agencies. For more information about NATA, please visit, or