Go Rentals, an elite car rental service company that also specializes in the private jet industry, will be the first automotive company to finish the new National Air Transportation Safety 1st auto industry-specific courses.
NATA has been recognized as the industry leader in general and business aviation ground handling training for more than 30 years. NATA Safety 1st has developed an innovative set of automotive courses, defining a new industry safety standard for ground transportation. The comprehensive certification process involves a rigorous training curriculum and thorough evaluation of the company’s entire fleet, operational procedures, and personnel.
“At Go Rentals we create a specialized, luxury experience that exceeds the needs of travelers, which means unparalleled quality, convenience, and safety. “At Go Rentals, we understand safety is paramount in the aviation industry and believe the automotive industry should operate with the same values,” said Kaye Gitibin, CEO of Go Rentals, in a Dec. 14 news release. “Given our focus on serving the aviation industry and the unique needs of private jet travelers, these courses are a huge asset to our team and business.”
Noël Bahamón, CMO of Go Rentals, added, “Knowing Go Rentals is the only rental car company to have completed this program, our clients and aviation partners will have extra reassurance that Go Rentals delivers top-tier service across all areas of the business.”
Go Rentals specializes in luxury car rental services for business and leisure travelers including planeside private jet pickup services and high-touch, attentive service. It has locations across the U.S. and the Hawaiian Islands, and service to over 100 airports and various fine hotels and resorts. Go Rentals is also designated as a Forbes Travel Guide Elite Car Rental company.