Royal Jordanian Passes Its 10th IOSA Audit With Zero Findings
Royal Jordanian has renewed IATA’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certificate for the 10th time, meaning that the company meets the IATA set safety and quality standards and can maintains its long-standing IATA membership.
RJ Vice Chairman & CEO Samer Majali said this achievement is the result of our diligence and professionalism. And congratulated the RJ team on maintaining the airline’s high safety standards.
He noted that obtaining the IOSA registration is proof of RJ’s continued compliance with air safety controls and adherence to international practices. This is an achievement attained through the efforts of all employees working diligently to keep an exemplary safety record.
The IOSA audit was conducted by a team of auditors from Quali Audit, an IATA-accredited audit organization based in France. The audit was conducted against a checklist of safety standards and recommended practices for all the operational departments.
The audit, which is effective until April 2022, covered several RJ operational areas, including Flight Operations, Engineering and Maintenance, In-flight Services, Corporate Safety, Corporate Quality Management, Crew Training, Dispatch and operational control, Ground and Cargo Operations, Corporate Security and Human Resources.
RJ’s first IOSA audit was carried out in 2004 – being one of the first few airlines to obtain the IOSA registration at that time.
According to IATA, 437 airlines are IOSA registered today.
Royal Jordanian Airlines
Royal Jordanian's role as Jordan's national carrier and has been established since 1963. Today, under the invaluable guidance and directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II, the airline carries out its mission, while continuously modernizing and upgrading its services, renewing its fleet and expanding its route network and operations.
Royal Jordanian operates flights from Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan. Its fleet covers a network of 60 destinations on four continents.