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IBAC welcomes MedAire and DuPont as new industry partner and members

Posted 12 May 2020 · Add Comment

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC), which represents the interests of business aviation worldwide, recently added two new supporting members, MedAire and the DuPont flight operation, to its new Industry Partner and Operator Affiliate membership types.

 

MedAire, an international SOS company specialising in remote medical, security and operational support to clients in the air, on land and at sea, is now an IBAC Industry Partner.

 

DuPont de Nemours flight operation is based in New Castle, Delaware, and supports international travel with the use of a business jet.

 

Kurt Edwards, IBAC director general said: “We are excited to have these two business aviation leaders join IBAC and thank them for their support. As IBAC’s objective is to serve the diverse needs of business aviation across the globe in international regulatory and policy making venues, we welcome industry participation to further build our capabilities and visibility. During this turbulent time in particular, the leadership of MedAire and DuPont supports IBAC’s efforts to maintain its service to the industry and to have an important seat at the table for the eventual global resumption of flying. In addition, I would also like to thank all of our 14 member associations and other Industry Partner, Bombardier, and Operator Affiliate, Mr. Ron Duncan at GCI, for their continued support.”

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