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Iata certifies Rossiya international compliance

Finished the audit on Operational Safety Audit (Iosa) standard

The International Air Transport Association (Iata), the world air transport organization, recently conducted an audit of the operational safety of Rossiya Airlines, part of the Aeroflot group, confirming compliance with international Iata Operational Safety Audit (Iosa) standards. The audit focused especially on containment systems relating to the current epidemiological situation, as well as the commissioning of Superjet 100 aircraft produced by Russian Sukhoi.

Rossiya Airlines was one of the first carriers in Russia to enter the register of operators of Iosa International Aviation Operational Safety Standards. The company obtained its first certificate in 2007. Iosa standards include about 1000 requirements and recommendations aimed at improving performance also in terms of protection and quality management of internal work, but the control over the activities of suppliers of products and services. 

This audit is conducted every two years, but for the Russian airline it is an important step in the rebranding plan: the brand, in fact, has significantly expanded both the fleet of aircraft and the routes, focusing increasingly on international destinations and on a global brand.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency