Silk Way West Airlines, the leading cargo airline in the Caspian and Central Asian region, announces the renewal of its International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) certification. This significant achievement highlights the airline’s ongoing commitment to safety and operational excellence.

Silk Way West Airlines has now successfully passed the rigorous IOSA audit for the 6th time, demonstrating its consistent adherence to international safety requirements in air cargo transport.
This latest audit illustrates the company’s ability to adapt to and embrace the newest IOSA standards and practices. The comprehensive evaluation covered multiple operational areas, including cargo and flight operations, ground handling, maintenance services, and air traffic safety, showcasing Silk Way West Airlines’ dedication to maintaining its excellent safety record.

Darko Vucic, Vice President, Corporate Quality and Compliance of Silk Way West Airlines, emphasized the airline’s commitment to safety and customer satisfaction: “Achieving and maintaining high-level international safety standards, while meeting our customers’ expectations, remains our top priority. The renewal of the IOSA certificate, following the risk-based audit process organized and directly managed by IATA, is a testament to our unwavering dedication to operational excellence and safety and contributes to the achievement of our global safety goals.”

Since joining IATA in 2015, Silk Way West Airlines has consistently met and exceeded the demanding requirements of the IOSA audit program. This ongoing commitment not only affirms the airline’s dedication to safety but also reinforces its reputation as a provider of reliable air cargo solutions across its global network.

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