We at FLOAT consider safety to be our highest priority. That's why we've partnered with Southern Airways Express, the largest and fastest growing commuter airline in America, with an unparalleled safety record. With combined operations, the company operates more than 100 daily flights, more than any other commuter airline in the fifty states. All with zero safety incidents.
It's also why we exceed the FAA minimum regulations and use two pilots on every flight, because 2 pilots are always safer than one. Our goal is to take care of "Every Passenger, Every Day, on Every Flight", while ensuring the highest levels of passenger safety.
At FLOAT we fly the Cessna Grand Caravan 208b. These aircraft have been in production since 1986 and are known for their safety and reliability.
FLOAT always has a plane on standby to guarantee that our fleet is adequately maintained without causing any customer delays.
All of our Captains are required to have over 1200 total flight hours and have their commercial pilots license.
Even though FAA regulation only requires us to have one pilot to fly our Carvan's, every FLOAT plane is operated by both a Pilot and First Officer to ensure maximum safety for our passengers.
Every passenger is required to show a valid FLOAT ticket before boarding our aircraft.
In addition every passenger that is a member of our subscription service undergo a background check.
On behalf of FLOAT Shuttle, we would like to highlight that we are closely monitoring provisions regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19). FLOAT Shuttle is doubling efforts for ensuring the highest safety standard operations at this time, including increased sanitation of the aircraft. We are closely monitoring the latest information and guidance and are prepared to transition as needed in accordance with local and federal FAA guidelines. Additionally, we are encouraging our community to maintain healthy habits to inhibit the spread of the virus.
We recommend that members of our community please contact us should you have any questions or concerns.