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Flynas receives IATA’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate

Posted 10 April 2019 · Add Comment

Flynas has recently accomplished the IOSA Program registration, which is an internationally accepted evaluation process of an airline’s operational management and control systems.

 

IOSA is an established standard in the airline industry, and registration is synonymous to an airline’s commitment to safety.

To achieve IOSA Registration, Flynas has set in place a sound and cohesive corporate safety and quality management system that continuously monitors operations to ensure they remain compliant with safety requirements.

Flynas received the IOSA certificate after an IATA international team visited all its operational facilities and departments, boarded its scheduled flights, and inspected all its procedures in real-time done before, during, and after flights. The team focused on administrative and structural modalities, safety, and operational standards. The audit also covered organizational management, flight operations, cabin operations, maintenance, flight dispatch, ground and cargo operations, and security.

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