Fly with peace of mind, knowing that your safety is our highest priority.

The safety of our pilots and our passengers is the number one priority for Allura Aviation. We have gone to great lengths to ensure the integrity of our aircraft by employing the industry’s most stringent safety standards and maintenance routines. We adhere to all FAA requirements, regulations and certifications for our planes, operations, safety, pilots and crew. All of our captains are ATP-rated.

Allura Aviation operates under the CFR Part 135 Standards for commuter and on-demand operations, and utilizes the latest modern avionics and safety devices such as TCAD/TCAS, FMS, and TAWS/GPWS.

When you fly with Allura Aviation, you fly with peace of mind.

Requirements – The aircraft must be in an airworthy condition, including meeting the requirements relating to identification and equipment. It must carry an appropriate and current airworthiness certificate.

Manual and Recordkeeping – Part 135 requires the existence of a manual, and details what must be included in the manual, including procedures for accident notifications, and reporting and recording requirements.

Staffing and Training – All pilots must be regularly tested on all aspects of flight, including (but not limited to) weight and balance of each plane, air traffic control procedures, meteorology, recognizing and avoiding bad weather, and instrument proficiency under IFR. Flight attendants must also be tested.

Safety Management System (SMS) – We provide all the necessary training and equipment to enable our crews to complete their assigned tasks in the safest and most efficient manner.

Crew Resource Management (CRM) Training – We have our crew go through this valuable training to increase effective communication in the cockpit, learn how to better maintain situational awareness, and more effectively manage workloads.