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Ladies and gentlemen,

Safety is the combination of the quality of machines, ground handling, weather conditions, pilots’ experience and complex preparation for a flight!

Should the flight be safe, every condition must be fulfilled with a reasonable safety margin.

Call & Fly is first of all new prestigious planes overhauled constantly, experienced airline pilots (thousands of hours flown in airlines), and good planning to foresee possible scenarios.

Planning every flight we basically consider how to efficiently take passengers to their destinations, and first and foremost how to do it safely, taking care of life and well-being of our passengers, crew, all of the people involved and the safety of the aircraft.

Flying with Call & Fly you can be sure that every aircraft meets the highest safety standards, the pilots have long-lasting experience, the flight is insured and proceeds under a valid Air Operator Certificate (AOC)

You are welcomed to see our fleet: Call & Fly Airplanes and Helicopters

Chief officer for flight operations



European Aviation Safety Agency

European Union agency based in Cologne, facing air traffic problems in Europe.

The agency develops know-how issues in all fields of civil aviation safety. It supports Member States institutions in preparing legislation and implementing rules of supervision of aeronautical products, organization and people involved in all of the fields.


European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation

European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL) has been founded to standardize air traffic control procedures in the upper European airspace. The organization is now made up of 38 Member States. The Member States have accepted the Brussels Convention concerning the cooperation in air navigation services including protocols from 1970, 1978 and 1981, and Multilateral Agreement relating to Route Charges signed in Brussels in 1970 and then in 1981.

Under the bilateral agreement signed in 1996 by The Republic of Poland and EUROCONTROL, Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) participates in European Air Traffic Management Program (EATMP) and cooperates with Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU).

Poland became a member of EUROCONTROL on Sept. 1st, 2004.


Polish Air Navigation Services Agency

Polska Agencja Żeglugi Powietrznej (PAŻP) – Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA), founded on Apr. 1st, 2007, as a government body of air traffic management, subordinate to The Ministry of Infrastructure. It took over legal obligations and duties of Air Traffic Agency.

The main duty of PANSA is to secure aircraft safety in FIR Warszawa – covering whole Poland. Every aircraft in flight remains under constant supervision of air traffic controllers. The controllers are to keep safe separation between aircraft (air traffic control) and help pilots in case of a dangerous situations in the air.

The Agency services are realized at three levels of Polish territory control:

  • area control
  • approach control
  • aerodrome control