Emirates President Tim Clark noted in connection with the end of the audit: “Safety — one of the core values of Emirates and from day one we have continuously invested in ensuring that our daily operations meet the highest safety standards. The completion of the IOSA audit with zero results is a notable achievement, especially in the context of the rapid expansion of our operations in the wake of the pandemic and the global nature of the Emirates network. This is the merit of the company's employees and external partners. It is they who contribute to the safe transportation of thousands of people and tons of goods around the world. We will continue to work hard and contribute to the safety and sustainability of the entire aviation industry.
More than 1,000 standards and recommended parameters have been evaluated by an audit organization accredited by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). It took five days to determine how well Emirates' operational management system met global standards.
According to experts, with this audit report, Emirates has once again demonstrated the reliability of its systems and processes to ensure the safe operation and airworthiness of a modern fleet Boeing 777 and Airbus A380 aircraft.
Emirates — the world's largest international passenger airline with its own modern hub in Dubai — flies to 140 destinations on six continents.
Recently, Emirates was awarded the World Class award. for “Safety, Wellbeing, Sustainability, Service and Inclusion” at the APEX 2023 Awards. The carrier has also received the “5-Star Global Official Airline Rating” award. and the People's Choice Award for Best Inflight Entertainment.
Two titles were won at the ULTRAs 2022 awards, including Best Airline in the World; and “Best Airline in the Middle East.”