flynas recently acquired IOSA certification following an audit conducted by IATA.
IATA visited the Saudi carrier’s operational facilities and departments, boarded its scheduled flights and inspected all of its procedures in real-time.
IOSA is an internationally accepted evaluation process of an airline’s operational management and control systems. Meeting the criteria of the IOSA programme is testament to flynas’ strong leadership and commitment to high levels of safety for both its passengers and employees.
Chief operations officer, flynas, Captain Mansoor Al Harbi expressed his pride in the airline’s completion of the IOSA registration.
He explained that IOSA is a benchmark in operational safety for all airlines, and earning it is a prerequisite for a carrier to become an IATA member.
In order to gain IOSA registration, the Saudi airline put a sound and cohesive corporate safety and quality management system in place, which monitors operations to ensure compliance with safety requirements.