Feb
10
2018

Air Transat Obtained An Extension Of Its IOSA Certification

Air Transat obtained its leading position in the safety management by complying with the highest international standards for the management as the first airline in the world retains certification Air Transat an extension of its IOSA”General Manager Jean-Francois Lemay Schiphol-Rijk, 12 August 2013 – Air Transat, a subsidiary of Transat a.t. Inc., which program registered since 2008 in the international air transport association’s IOSA is says, earned now as first airline worldwide renewal of IOSA certification within the framework of the extended IOSA methodology. This is the result of the last successfully passed strict controls. IOSA offers a standardized assessment process for operational systems and control systems of the airlines, which is based on internationally recognised standards and is supported by a thorough quality assurance. The aim is the optimization of operation and safety regulations in the aviation industry. The program includes which operating safety in the management, about 900 strict regulations, Contribute to flight safety, operational management, aircraft construction and maintenance, on board, ground handling and cargo traffic. In 2011, IATA added new elements to the programme and introduced E-IOSA thus prescribes which sustained internal evaluation processes ensure the betterment and continuity of testing processes.

On request of the IATA Air Transat took part in the development of the new program, which will be needed by 2015 for all IATA members. We are extremely proud that we may call ourselves worldwide the first airline, was certified in the framework of the new E-IOSA,”, says Jean-Francois Lemay, CEO of Air Transat. “He adds: Air Transat maintains its leading position in the safety management by complying with the highest international standards for management”. We congratulate Air Transat, the first airline being worldwide, which has passed the stringent requirements of the E-IOSA audit process. The commitment, which it the implementation of enhanced IOSA promoted is commendable and opens the way for other airlines to follow suit,”says Gunther Matschnigg, Senior Vice President, safety and flight operations of IATA. About Air Transat Air Transat, for 26 years in the market, is Canada’s leading leisure airline. Every year she transported 3 million passengers in 28 countries.

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