Volaris obtains renewal of the IOSA Registry in Mexico and Costa Rica
The audit to assess compliance with the standard includes more than 900 requirements
Volaris, the ultra-low-cost Mexican airline that operates in Mexico, the United States, Central America and South America, renewed its IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit) certification until 2023, thus fulfilling the eighth consecutive recertification for Volaris Mexico and the first for Volaris Costa Rica .
The audit to evaluate compliance with the IOSA standard includes more than 900 requirements on the operational safety and quality management systems of airlines in areas such as organization, administration and control at the corporate level, aircraft operation, dispatch and flight control , operations and maintenance engineering, civil aviation security, flight attendants, ground and cargo operations.
The IOSA standards and recommended practices are developed by specialists from IATA, international organizations and airlines, and are continually updated. Likewise, IOSA adopts the safety requirements described in the ICAO annexes.
Upon successful completion of the audits, IATA issued the renewal of its IOSA registration in favor of Volaris México with an effective date of August 31, 2023, while, for Volaris Costa Rica, the registration was renewed with an effective date of June 4 from 2023.
“The achievement of this fundamental objective for the company would not have been possible without the commitment and dedication of all the Ambassadors involved in each of the phases of the project, which allows us to remain one of the safest airlines in the world and as a a benchmark for air transport in the Americas region ”, commented Jose Luis Suárez Durán, Senior Vice President and COO of Volaris.
The IOSA registry strengthens the business strategy and vision, as it places Volaris among a select group of airlines that meet the highest international standards in terms of quality and operational safety.