Posted on: 22 October 2015 by Ross McSweeny
easyJet has become a member of the Flight Safety Foundation in order to provide better support for the Foundation’s safety programmes.Geoff Want, director of safety and security at easyJet explained, “Safety underpins, and is at the heart of, our whole operation and everyone at easyJet is committed to maintaining the highest industry safety standards. We are therefore really pleased to be joining the Flight Safety Foundation which is a leading authority in aviation safety.”Jon Beatty, president and CEO of Flight Safety Foundation, commented, “easyJet is a welcome addition to our membership. The airline flies more than 68 million passengers throughout Europe every year and has a core value of safety. As the largest airline in the UK, easyJet’s membership in the Foundation demonstrates their commitment to safety and we are pleased to welcome them.”Since 1947, Flight Safety Foundation has helped save lives around the world. It is an international non-profit organisation whose sole purpose is to provide impartial, independent, expert safety guidance and resources for the aviation and aerospace industry.