Mexico soon will incorporate IATA's Operational Safety Audit into its civil aviation regulatory requirements for airlines operating to, from and within the country, Minister of Communication and Transport Luiz Tellez announced yesterday. Speaking to the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum in Cancun, Tellez said airlines that successfully complete an IOSA will not have to undergo an annual audit from Mexico's DGAC, as is currently required, but will enjoy an extended interval of three years or longer ...

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