Cargojet Successfully Renews IATA's IOSA Registration
Cargojet, a leading provider of time-sensitive premium overnight air cargo services, has announced the successful renewal of its International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registration. The IOSA is an internationally recognized evaluation system tailored to assess the operational management and control systems of airlines. The audit employs globally accepted quality audit principles to ensure standardized and consistent evaluations.
- IOSA Registration: The IOSA is designed to establish a universal safety standard for airlines. By renewing its IOSA registration, Cargojet reaffirms its commitment to maintaining the highest levels of operational safety.
- IATA Membership: IATA's mission revolves around representing, leading, and serving the airline industry. With approximately 300 airline members accounting for 83% of total air traffic, IATA plays a pivotal role in the aviation sector. Notably, Cargojet stands as the only Canadian all-cargo carrier that holds full membership in IATA.
- CEO's Statement: Dr. Ajay K. Virmani, President & CEO of Cargojet, emphasized the significance of the audit, stating, "The audit is an in-depth look at the practices and standards of the airline with the end goal of meeting a common, worldwide standard for safety in everything we do." He further praised the audit team for their exemplary work in ensuring compliance with IOSA standards. Dr. Virmani also expressed Cargojet's support for the continuous updating of standards to mirror regulatory changes and the evolution of best practices in the global airline industry.
- Acknowledgment: Cargojet extended its gratitude to its team of dedicated professionals, recognizing their continuous efforts, dedication, and hard work that contribute to the company's success.
- About Cargojet: Cargojet operates a robust network across North America every business night, serving 15 major cities and selected international destinations. The company transports over 1.3 million pounds of cargo each business night, utilizing a fleet of 37 all-cargo aircraft.