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NATA Member News Safety 1st Watch NATA Member Benefits from Hertz hen you rent with Hertz, you can take advantage of special year-round savings through the Hertz Membership Benefits Program. NATA members receive a discount off Hertz Daily Member Benefit Rates, Hertz U.S. Standard Rates, and Hertz U.S. Leisure Rates. You will be quoted the best rate for your rental needs. With approximately 8,100 locations in more than 147 countries, Safety 1st Watch Member News W Hertz offers special discounts on your rentals in Canada, Europe and worldwide. Planning a family vacation or an out-of-town business trip? If your plans include renting a car, then take advantage of the special membership savings and services from Hertz. At Hertz, you’ll find time-saving options like Hertz Neverlost, Express Return, and 24-Hour Emergency Roadside Assistance. Whether you need a compact, full-size or specialty vehicle, Hertz offers a wide variety of vehicles to handle all your rental needs. As NATA members, you’ll enjoy all the benefits Hertz has to offer. The key to savings is your Hertz Discount CDP # 21980. Just mention this number when making your reservation. It’s that easy! ACSF Releases Updated Charter Safety Review he Air Charter Safety Foundation has published its updated safety review of the Part 135 on-demand air charter industry. The Part 135 Incident/Accident Review is a comprehensive look at the factors surrounding charter incidents and accidents between 2004 and 2010. In conducting the review, the ACSF analyzed each Part 135 on-demand event reported in the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) database and identified non revenue flights flown under Part 91 that were under the control of a certificate holder. These include maintenance, ferry, positioning and instructional flights T among others. Events on Part 91 flights under the operational control of an aircraft owner were not included. Several interesting data-points emerged in the review: ■■ Approximately 67% of all revenue flight accidents, and 63% of non revenue, occurred in visual meteorological conditions (VMC). ■■ Revenue accident flights involving transportation to/from oil rigs represent, on average for the five year period, 16% of all accidents. The ACSF refrains from drawing specific conclusions about these figures. The means to place them into proper context Part 135 Incident/ Accident Review 2004 - 2010 is dependent upon an accurate reporting of flight hours in each category; and such data is not collected by either the FAA or NTSB. The Part 135 Incident/Accident Review will be updated as new information becomes available. Copies of the report are being delivered to every ACSF member. Non-members may order a copy of the publication for $30. Call ACSF at 888-723-3135 to place an order. FREE Webinar Series Enlightens NATA Members about Workers’ Compensation Losses his summer, NATA Workers’ Compensation Insurance program partner, USAIG, began hosting a series of webinars addressing the types of workers’ compensation losses that participating aviation T members are experiencing. This webinar series follows on the heels of a study that USAIG conducted of 10 years worth of workers’ compensation insurance-related accident data. USAIG is utilizing this data to specifically address workers’ injuries and recommend training to assist in the reduction of future workplace accidents. Continued on page 50 Aviation Business Journal | 3rd Quarter 2011 49

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