IATA extends PIAs IOSA registration.IATA IATA
International Air Transport Association, which sets the rules for air transport, including those concerning air transport of animals. ) extended PIAs IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA IOSA Iata Operational Safety Audit
IOSA Islands' Oil Spill Association (San Juan County, WA)
IOSA Internet and Open Source in Archaeology
IOSA International Oil Scouts Association
IOSA International Organizational Studies Association ) registration for the next two years i.e. till June, 24, 2011 following PIAs third international Operational Safety audit, says a press release issued here on Thursday. By virtue of this, PIAs IATA membership also stands revalidated. IOSA is now the global industry standard for an airlines operational safety management. To enhance the safety standards Safety standards are standards designed to ensure the safety of products, activities or processes, etc. They may be advisory or compulsory and are normally laid down by an advisory or regulatory body that may be either voluntary or statutory. , IOSA registration is a pre-requisite to an airlines IATA membership. Out of a total of nearly 1500 registered airlines in the world, only 308 airlines are IOSA certified, making it a highly respected accomplishment. This achievement was made possible due to the strong commitment of the airlines management and the extra ordinary efforts of key individuals during the IOSA re-registration process. It was only possible due to team effort of all the employees. With IOSA audit re-registration, PIA pi·a
The pia mater.
pial adj. reiterates its commitment towards aviation safety. Being the national flag bearer in international skies, PIA management is focused towards consolidation and aiming for further process and service quality improvements. On this important corporation achievement, the airline renews its commitment to continue enhance safety and comfort of our valued passengers and always strive to live up to the slogan Great People to Fly With.
(THROUGH ASIA Asia (ā`zhə), the world's largest continent, 17,139,000 sq mi (44,390,000 sq km), with about 3.3 billion people, nearly three fifths of the world's total population. PULSE)
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jul 2, 2009|
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