Emirates Airline President Tim Clark noted: “Safety — one of the core values of Emirates and from day one we have continuously invested in ensuring that all of our operations meet the highest safety standards. The completion of the IOSA audit with zero results is a significant achievement, especially in the context of the rapid expansion of our operations after the pandemic and the scale of the Emirates network. This is the merit of our own team and external partners who contribute daily to the safe transportation of thousands of people and tons of Emirates cargo around the world. Air Transport Association (IATA) over a period of five days to determine how well the Emirates operational management system complies with the IOSA standard and ISARP guidelines.
Thus, Emirates once again convinced the auditors of the reliability of systems and processes to ensure the safe operation and airworthiness of its state-of-the-art fleet of Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft.
According to airline management, Emirates “promotes a strong safety culture at all levels. The operational safety policy is constantly reviewed and updated to the highest standards whenever regulations are updated or new aircraft are introduced. The Emirates Compliance Monitoring Team continually conducts internal audits of the airline's systems and practices across its entire network in accordance with IOSA standards to identify non-compliances and correct them.