Vueling achieves registration at IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA)

Tuesday 17th July 2012

The safety audit program is managed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Vueling, the new generation airline, has been added to the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) Registry.

IOSA is an audit program which comprises some 1000 operational safety and quality based standards.

The audit process, that at Vueling lasted less than one year, is internationally recognized as a comprehensive operational safety audit.

  • From June 22nd, Vueling operates eight new routes from El Prat:
  • From June 22nd onwards, Vueling operates eight new routes from El Prat (Lanzarote, Norwegian Fjords (Stavanger), Southampton, Edinburgh, Santander, Nuremberg, Zagreb, Split and Lourdes).

Vueling expects good reception from the public to theses destinations.

This summer Vueling has launched a total of 26 new routes from El Prat. Vueling has received a good reception in the German market after the launch of Munich, Berlin and Hamburg. Scandinavia is another one of the new markets that Vueling has entered operating three new destinations: Stockholm, Copenhagen and Aalborg. Both the German and Scandinavian markets are seeing very good occupancy levels, considering that those are totally new markets to the company.

The French market, has six new routes to the Canary Islands, Balearic Islands and the south of Spain via Vueling´s hub in Barcelona. Over 10,000 connecting passengers come from these routes between the months of April and May.

  • About Vueling:

Vueling was founded in 2004 with two Airbus A320s serving four routes with the aim of providing excellent customer service at a competitive price. Eight years later, Vueling operates a fleet of 59 Airbus (57 A320 and two A319) at 74 airports throughout Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, offering more than 14 million seats during the summer season 2012.

Vueling's first flights into London arrived in 2009. For summer 2012, with an expanded UK route network, Vueling will operate nine routes from four UK airports: London Heathrow to Bilbao, Galicia, La Coruna and Vigo; Cardiff to Barcelona, Palma and Alicante and from Southampton and Edinburgh to Barcelona.

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