Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

 
 
 

Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

 
 

Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

 
 

Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

 

Future Possibilities—Safety Above All

Safety Collaboration for the Vertical Flight Community.

We are a public–private initiative to enhance worldwide flight operations safety in all segments of the vertical flight industry.

Team members comprise international regional safety teams; safety authorities, including civil aviation authorities; and other industry stakeholders that work to improve global vertical flight safety.

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Our Mission & Goals

  • Establish VAST as the world’s most trusted source for vertical flight safety information & resources
  • Establish Working Groups to represent key segments & issues in the VTOL industry
  • Formalize industry leadership positions, working groups, and advisory roles
  • Collect & provide centralized access to safety information and resources
  • Offer a forum where teams, authorities, and stakeholders work together
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Find the latest Safety resources for the VTOL Community.

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VTOL “HOLDING PATTERN”

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“Vertical aviation is a global endeavor.”

“We all make a contribution to safety, but none of us can maintain our industry’s safety standards alone. An active VAST provides an incredible opportunity to harness the power of global relationships, with associations working together on key strategic initiatives, openly sharing our knowledge and experiences.”

Tim Rolfe, Chief Executive Officer, HeliOffshore, Ltd. and VAST Industry Representative

"Safety remains the highest priority globally for the entire aviation industry, and through VAST we are able to ensure that vertical aviation is represented regionally and globally as we work to continually reduce operational safety risks."

Ian Knowles, Acting Chief, ICAO and VAST Regional Representative