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Airhub Airlines obtains IOSA registration

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Malta Aircraft: Airplanes

Airhub Airlines successfully obtained globally recognized IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registration on July 20, 2022. The IATA IOSA Program is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline.

 Haris Coloman, CEO and Accountable Manager at Airhub Airlines, commented: “IOSA certification is a statement of Airhub Airlines’ commitment to our partners and stakeholders’ confidence. Our top priority is to ensure safe flights and provide comfort to our passengers; therefore, the received IOSA registry affirms the conformance of its safety operations.I am very proud that our company managed to successfully undergo this international audit. This wouldn’t happen without Airhub Airlines’ employees’ dedication to ensuring that the international standards are in place.”

The success of obtaining the IOSA registration will cement Airhub Airlines’ competitive position within the aviation industry. By prioritizing safety standards and operational efficiency, Airhub Airlines is all set for the upcoming strategic opportunities and partnerships in the industry. 

Airhub Airlines is an IOSA certified non-scheduled carrier, offering passenger, cargo, ACMI and aircraft management services. Holding a Maltese AOC with a soaring fleet of narrow and wide-body aircraft. Airhub Airlines is a part of Airhub Aviation, a group of companies with its headquarters in Malta and commercial office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Airhub Aviation offers a range of modern Airbus family aircraft, aviation training, and aircraft management services for lessors and asset management entities with in-house MRO capabilities.





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