Emphasizing its commitment to following all international standards in the various fields of the air transport industry, EgyptAir Airlines has successfully passed the renewal of the IOSA certification after the inspection carried out by a delegation from the (Quali-audit) company accredited by the International Air Transport Association (IOSA). IATA).
Al-Tayyar Rushdi Zakaria, Chairman of the Holding Company for EgyptAir, praised the great effort that was made by the company’s team and in light of the difficult conditions that aviation is going through in the whole world as a result of the repercussions of the Corona virus, and this is what was confirmed by the team of auditors who inspected the company to renew the approval of the ISOA certificate. The company’s ninth time to renew the IOSA certification since it was obtained in 2004, stressing that all EgyptAir companies are always keen to apply the highest safety and quality standards in their various activities and place commitment to implementing these standards at the top of their priorities.
Pilot Amr Abu El-Enein – President of the Misr Aviation Company for Airlines expressed his happiness that the company passed this inspection, stressing that the renewal of the ISO certificate is proof of the efforts made by the company in implementing the highest safety and quality standards in its various fields, which contributes to the development of the service provided to customers.
Where EgyptAir Airlines obtained the renewal of the ISOA certificate after undergoing inspection and review of all the company’s work manuals and the mechanism of its application to ensure its effectiveness and suitability to operate in all activities of the company, where this inspection was carried out through a verification list that included nearly 1000 standards and legislative requirements related to Aviation safety and the quality of the company’s systems and operating procedures.
The IOSA certification is the highest internationally recognized evaluation system in the field of safety and quality, as it aims to evaluate management systems, safety and quality, organizational structures, and policies of airlines with the aim of ensuring the safety of various processes and activities as well as continuous improvement and preservation of the efficiency of airline operation and application The highest safety standards.