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Dnata achieves highest safety standards in Erbil

Posted 22 June 2020 · Add Comment

Dnata has been recognised for achieving the highest safety standards at Erbil International Airport in Iraq.

 

Dnata achieves highest safety standards at Erbil International Airport.  Image: Dnata

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) awarded Dnata the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Registration in Iraq, following the successful completion of a comprehensive audit of the company and its ground-handling operations at Erbil.

 

Tom Alwyn-Jones, general manager of dnata Erbil, said: "We are thrilled to mark an important milestone in our ongoing commitment to safety and security by achieving the prestigious ISAGO certification. We constantly invest in training, processes and technology and engage our highly-skilled people at all levels of the organisation to deliver world-class safety for our customers. The successful completion of IATA's comprehensive audit demonstrates our ability to consistently achieve the highest standards across our operations.

 

"I thank our skilled team for their hard work and dedication. We continue to go the extra mile to provide service excellence to our customers, every day."

 

Dnata provides ramp, passenger and cargo handling services to more than 40 airlines in Erbil. The company's customer-oriented team in Iraq consists of over 300 highly-skilled aviation professionals, who assisted 1.8 million passengers and ensured the smooth and safe operations of 10,000 flights in 2019.

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