Blue Air is an IATA member

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Since January 19 2016, Blue Air has become a full member of IATA (International Air Transport Association). IATA membership could only be completed after obtaining IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Assesment) certification, a complex audit that verified the application of over 900 of recommended standards and best practices for flight safety within the operational control, flight, flight dispatch, engineering and maintenance departments, operations on board aircraft performed by the flight attendants, ground operations, cargo and security.

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The news is very good, IATA being the most prestigious association with 260 of airlines from over 119 countries. Its main priorities are reducing costs in the air transport industry, developing new standards to facilitate distribution innovation, improving global safety, standardizing operations and training.

Gheorghe Racaru, General Manager of Blue Air: "For us, joining IATA is an important step in the history of the company, opening the door to partnerships with other operators, members of the association, in order to offer our passengers an expanded network of destinations and always, as - we used to, at the most attractive prices ”.

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  1. [...] had an excellent start to the year, becoming a full member of IATA (International Air Transport Association). Blue Air also received the IOSA certificate (IATA […]

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