In a statement, the airline said so far it has been able to renew its IOSA certification for six consecutive years and that the current certificate will be valid till September 2018 when the company will undergo another safety audit usually conducted every two years by International Aair Transport Association.
“Successful renewal of the IOSA certificate is a milestone for Precision Air and the aviation industry at large in Tanzania. Safety of the passengers and equipment remain the number one priority,” said Precision Air’s Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Sauda Rajab said in the statement.
Rajab paid tribute to staff and customers for continuing to trust the airline which has been offer mainly domestic services for several decades now.
All International Air Transport Association (IATA) members are IOSA registered and must remain registered to maintain IATA membership.
The IOSA programme is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline and it is mandatory for International Air Transport Association membership.
The IATA is the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing about 240 airlines which transport about 84 per cent of total air traffic. It is also providing support in various areas of aviation and help to formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.