Anvil Group acquires airline safety advisory service

Anvil Group has acquired airline satefy advisory, FlightSafe. Covering over 1,100 scheduled airlines operating in more than 180 countries, FlightSafe’s safety assessments and airline risk information provide a rational and quantified basis for stakeholders to determine air travel safety policies that protect the welfare and security of travellers under their care.

Anvil’s group managing director, Matthew Judge, commented: “Having provided the technology architecture to host the FlightSafe website for many years, we’re extremely familiar with the platform and the potential that it offers in our space. As a technology-led business, Anvil is ideally positioned to develop the service even further. We’ve been working with FlightSafe behind the scenes and have already made significant changes to the user interface to make the service even more accessible and beneficial to those needing to keep abreast of airline risk information.

"With a strong roadmap of future developments and enhancements in place, users can expect even greater functionality as we take the service forwards.”

FlightSafe compiles data using the Airline Safety Assessment Mechanism which assesses the relative safety of scheduled commercial airlines.

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