30.01.2019 at 14:18
The National Airline Cameroon (Camair-Co) has obtained the IOSA certificate in accordance with the provisions of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), an airline announced in a statement issued by APA on Thursday. The Air Transport Company (Camair-Co) of Cameroon has achieved its IOSA certification for the third time (IATA's operational security audit) for the third time, "he said.
According to Camair-Co, this distinction shows that "reliable, trustworthy, reliable company in terms of security, security and operational management."
According to the airline, the renewal audit for the next two years of verification confirms compliance with the standards and procedures required by the IARD.
In addition, Camair-Co has "thoroughly evaluated flight quality, quality, safety, flight operations, ground support, maintenance and organizational matters.
The CEO of Ernest Dikoum, Camair-Co, "Safety and security are two priorities based on our activities: we demonstrate the renewal of the IOSA certification for Camair-Co in accordance with the strict standards of civil aviation and our client's commitment to the quality of operations and services."
Last November, the IATA removed Camair-Co from the IOSA certificate list because it does not comply with the operating rules of civil aviation. The IATA gave Camair-Co 120 days to regularize the situation.
Cameroon's airline only spent 63 days.