Your Safety - AirX

Your Safety

The management of safety is paramount to AirX and while we operate in the private and business jet environments, our standards are as high as any commercial airline. Our aircraft operate under EASA AOC’s (Aircraft Operating Certificates) in Malta and Germany.

AirX have received the most recognised badges of safety quality for charter operators worldwide – the Argus Platinum and the IS-BAO ratings. Out of over 230 operators that make up the European market, the Argus Platinum has only been granted to five companies, putting AirX firmly in the ranks of the European charter elite.


Argus Charter Operator ratings are the industry’s most respected, recognised and requested symbol, denoting the highest quality commercial operators around the world. The badge is a pre-requisite for many leading corporations, government minister and royal travel.

IS-BAO is the global standard for business aircraft operators, exemplifying a code of best practice and dedication to the highest level of  safety and professionalism.





AirX is an approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO)

As AirX continues to grow, it was decided to expand its activities in initial Cabin Crew training.

Since April 4th, 2018, AirX is one of three approved Cabin Crew Training Organisations (CCTO) in Malta and therefore certified by Transport Malta Civil Aviation Directorate (TM CAD) for issuing Cabin Crew Attestations.

Each new Cabin Crew candidate must complete Initial Cabin Crew Training and examination before starting duties with an operator. The “Attestation” is the official qualification received after successful completion of this Initial Cabin Crew Training course.

The EASA approved Initial Cabin Crew Training course, covers theoretical and practical modules to prepare Cabin Crew candidates to be qualified and prepared for their duties and responsibilities during flight in normal, abnormal and emergency situations.
This training is conducted in accordance with EASA regulation Annex V Part-CC

Reference: Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 Air Operations, Annex III (Part ORO) is available on EASA website