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Gulf Air completes IOSA audit and renews registration

Posted 23 April 2019 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has successfully completed the internationally recognised, biennial IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and has been renewed on the IOSA Safety Audit Registry until May 2021.

 

The audit covers approximately 1,000 standards and recommended practices that are all related to the safety of operations and procedures of the airline.

Gulf Air’s deputy chief executive officer, Captain Waleed Al said: “Gulf Air prides itself on operating to the highest global safety standards and industry best practices – this is our main priority. Our latest IOSA renewal cements our ongoing commitment to safety and Gulf Air’s continuous development of IATA standards, regulatory requirements and practices within our operations. As we strive to remain at the forefront of safety developments this latest achievement reflects our success to date. We would like to congratulate Bahrain and the airline for yet another milestone for the Kingdom’s aviation industry”.

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