Blue Air received IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification

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Having successfully completed the IOSA audit, Blue Air IOSA is now registered. IOSA is the internationally accepted and recognized evaluation program, created to analyze the operational management and control procedures of an airline.

During the audit, which involves the control of over 900 of recommended standards and best practices, the following departments are analyzed: flight, operational control and flight dispatch, engineering and maintenance department, operations on board aircraft performed by flight attendants, ground operations. , cargo and security department.

Bucharest, Iasi and Bucharest Blue Air

Gheorghe Racaru, General Manager of Blue Air: "We are pleased to be able to say that IOSA is registered today. The IOSA audit was a long and meritorious process that resulted in increased safety and operational alignment with internationally recognized and accepted standards. Therefore we are committed to ensuring excellence in operation for our passengers. ”

Regional Vice President Europe, Rafael SCHVARTZMAN: “IOSA is a globally recognized and accepted evaluation system, created to analyze the operational management and control procedures of a company. IOSA registration requires hard work from the staff and involves the allocation of a large amount of resources and time. I would like to congratulate Blue Air for successfully achieving IOSA registration.

Today, only 403 IOSA companies are worldwide and for Blue Air this achievement is an important element that differentiates them from other airline operators.

It is more important to be able to operate flights safely and in accordance with international standards, instead of operational expansion and with below standard services. For this certificate, Blue Air has a white ball from us.

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