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Nexus Flight Operations Services receives IS-BAO Stage 3 Certification

Posted 6 April 2017 · Add Comment

Nexus has achieved the IS-BAO Stage 3 Certification making it the only commercial operator in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to receive the certification.

“This is one of the most significant milestones in our young company’s history,” said Abdullah Al-Sayed, Founder & Chairman of Nexus. “Because it cannot be achieved by one or two employees, but rather, it measures your system-wide commitment to a sustainable Safety Management System, the presence of a positive safety culture and the fact that your safety management activities are fully integrated into your business.  This is an acknowledgement of all of our people, processes and practices and I am enormously proud.”

Carl Flynn, vice president of safety & quality for Nexus said: “This is an important and prestigious recognition for us and I applaud the effort of all the Nexus team members who contributed to making this a reality.  We have been working toward this for several years and it is extremely satisfying to achieve it and be able to serve our customers as an IS-BAO Stage 3 Operator.”

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