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JuneYao Airlines passed stringent audit to become IATA member
ReleaseDate: 2012-10-18

In September, JuneYao Airlines greeted the sixth year in its history after its maiden flight, on September 5 the 27th new aircraft of JuneYao Airlines arrived in Shanghai. Meanwhile, JuneYao Airlines recently announced that it had joined International Air Transport Association (“IATA”) on July 24, 2012 to become a formal member. This signifies that JuneYao Airlines, an airline company positioned to meet the needs of “mid to high end official travel, business and business leisure travel passengers” as its target customer group, has earned higher degree of acknowledgement in the global aviation industry, its globalization strategy is further clarified.

JuneYao Airlines indicated that after joining IATA, it would continue to regard safety as the highest priority, strengthen security measures, in order to make contributions to promoting the development of safe transport in the civil aviation industry. Meanwhile, JuneYao Airlines will also further fulfill its obligations in environmental protection, actively participate in industry reform innovation projects, and carry out cooperation with global civil aviation organizations, other international organizations and regional airline company associations, in order to provide more conveniences and better services to passengers taking flights of JuneYao Airlines.

It has been learned that, JuneYao Airlines passed IATA audit with high score in July 2009, and formally received IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) registration certificate to become the first new airline company successfully passing IOSA audit. This accreditation is the prerequisite for joining IATA, and also a crucial part of IATA safety program, meanwhile it also signals that JuneYao Airlines has reached the latest and most authoritative safety operation standard in the global aviation sector at that time. This year, JuneYao Airlines was formally granted member qualification to join IATA.

Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, IATA is global non-government organization supervising nearly 300 airline company members worldwide, which are distributed in more than 100 countries. Adhering to the guideline of “uphold the interest of global population, promote the development of safe, punctual and economical air transport, support aviation business and study related issues”, IATA “provides channels of cooperation for all air transport enterprises directly or indirectly involved in international air transport services”, meanwhile it “provides convenience for cooperation with international civil aviation organizations, other international organizations and regional airline company associations”. At present, the majority of international airline companies are IATA members.