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Malian ASAM-S.A receives ISAGO certification

Posted 16 December 2016 · Add Comment

Following a six-month in-depth audit, IATA has officially ISAGO (IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations) certified the Malian airport assistance company ASAM-SA.

The two-year certification gives ASAM-S.A an opportunity to attract new airlines to Bamako Airport.

"ISAGO certifies the quality of our services on ASAM-S.A's core business: airport assistance. This solid background will enable us to broaden our activities to training and line maintenance,” said Dominique Dreuil, managing director of ASAM-S.A.

The Republic of Mali, a country with political and safety tensions, joins for the first time the ISAGO network.

“This certification of ASAM-S.A best practices rewarded years of investments and hard work to bring our processes to international approved standards. We will continue to promote airport assistance highest quality and safety, and thus contribute to the economic rise of Mali,” said Dreuil.

 

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