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The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to access the operational management and control systems of an airline, which occurs every two years once the airline successfully completes the first audit.
“Renewing our IOSA registration is vital to the sustainability of RwandAir as it ensures continuous development of IATA standards, regulatory requirements and industry best practices within its operations”, said Sonia Kamikazi, the Corporate Quality Assurance Manager.
RwandAir passed this IOSA renewal audit with an exemplary report that had minimal findings and observations, following the audit conducted on RwandAir operations system from January 29th to February 04th 2016 by the audit organization WAKE QA.
“I congratulate all our employees for their hard work in maintaining these international and highly recognized standards for RwandAir, setting the trend for the African aviation industry”; said John Mirenge, the Chief Executive Officer, celebrating yet another significant milestone for the airline.
As safety remains our number one priority, preparations for the ISAGO certification, the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations, are in full force, with an audit anticipated for later this month