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Jazeera Airways still IATA member

Posted 4 July 2018 · Add Comment

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) can confirm that rumours claiming that Jazeera Airways is no longer an IATA member airline and IOSA registered carrier are incorrect.

 

Jazeera Airways has been an IATA Member since 19 May 2011 and is an IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certified airline.

IOSA is the benchmark for global safety management in airlines. All IATA members are registered and must remain registered in order to maintain IATA membership.

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