Egypt Air today successfully passed the IATA-IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA), IATA's highest safety certification for airlines. As of last year, many new restrictions and procedures have been put in place that make it difficult to pass these inspections without any points of no conformity. A delegation from Wake UK, representing the organization, conducted inspections of all the company's activities including air operations, pilots, air hospitality, engineers and maintenance, security, ground services and air freight.

 Ahmed Adel, Chairman of EgyptAir Holding Company, congratulated all the employees involved in achieving this new achievement. He said that the company always seeks to implement all international conditions and standards in the field of safety and quality, in proportion to being a global airline and one of the leading companies in the Middle East and Africa. Adding that Egypt is one of the first companies to have passed the IOSA inspections since it was acquired in 2004 and has so far been renewed every two years.

 For his part, pilot Mohammed Al-Shorbagi, head of safety and quality sector of EgyptAir Holding said that members of the IATA delegation praised the standard procedures adopted by Egypt for the airline and its commitment to the implementation of all international standards and systems in the safety management, which enabled it to renew the adoption of the IOSA successfully without any notes or points Non-matching, so over 1,100 safety measures were inspected.