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Safi Airways accredited for high safety standards

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Safi Airways accredited for high safety standards

safi airwaysAfghanistan’s private international airline, Safi Airways, has been accredited for maintaining high safety standards.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Prato Captain Pierfranco said the airline company’s vision was to operate a state-of-the-art commercial airline from Afghanistan in line with international industry standards.

Safi Airways is committed in maintaining uncompromising international safety standards. It was the first Afghan carrier to operate in compliance with EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) requirements and was the first Afghan carrier certified as complying with the strict ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) regulations. Safi Airways is the first Afghan private airline to be certified with IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit), which is a matter of pride for the company.

The company maintains an effective Safety Management System (SMS) and Data Monitoring (FDM) was also introduced  in 2010. Today FDM is mandatory in  Europe for all commercial transport operations.

Safi Airways is an United Nations (UN) approved  carrier to and from Afghanistan.

“Our employees strive to exceed all flight, occupational, environmental health and safety standards at all times. We are committed to minimising the possibility of incidents by implementing a program developed by our Quality and Safety Department,” said Pierfranco.



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