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UIA has successfully completed the IOSA audit

16-06-2017

Following the results of International Air Transport Association (IATA) follow-up audit for the compliance with global operational safety standards, Ukraine International Airlines received the seventh IOSA Certificate valid through to June 17, 2019.

UIA has once again successfully completed the audit for modern operational safety requirements compliance and received the new IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) Certificate. The IOSA audit covers all aspects of an airline’s operations affecting flight safety, including maintenance and flight operation, ground handling, cargo transportation, aviation safety, and company management.
IOSA Certificate 2019

“Rapid aviation development comes amid constant toughening of safety regulations and requirements. The IOSA standards are being continuously upgraded, adjusted, and, therefore, evolved, – noted Andrii Vasylenko, UIA Vice President Quality & Safety Management. – We managed to have successfully undergone yet another IOSA audit due to proficiency, personal contribution, and dedication of the UIA team. The IOSA Certificate guarantees that Ukraine International complies with modern global safety standards. We are very proud that the recent audit has once again confirmed the leading Ukrainian carrier’s operational safety and security.”

For information:

IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) program was developed by IATA with leading aviation industry experts involved and introduced in 2003. The IOSA program is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline and aimed at increasing operational safety on a global scale, audit principles and auditors` requirements standardization, establishing a secure network of audit results` dissemination, as well as mandatory audits systems` optimization. According to IATA requirements IOSA audit is to be conducted on biannual basis. For more information on IOSA audit please visit IATA official website www.iata.org.

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