IATA Operational Safety Audits reveal common problems such as human factors training and maintenance manual management.
By the end of the year, 140 passenger carriers controlling 70% of the world's scheduled international traffic will have completed, or will be going through, the strenuous IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) aimed at improving safety and mitigating the proliferation of audits in the industry. By November, 72 airlines had earned a spot on the IOSA registry, some after remedying gaps in their practices that raised safety concerns among auditors. All members of the International Air Transport ...
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