FORT ATKINSON, Wisconsin, – The IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM) has established itself as a global industry standard for ground handling operations worldwide. Recently, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) launched the IGOM portal as an additional catalyst for IGOM adoption, reports Mario Pierobon for Worldwide Ground Support. Continue reading the original article.
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September 12, 2022 – Prior to the launch of the IGOM portal, compliance with IGOM was tracked for airlines IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) and for ground handling service providers (GHSP) through recommended practices which are part of the standards of audit during the IOSA and ISAGO audits, says IATA.
“Statistics from the audit results showed that 131 airlines have implemented IGOM,” IATA officials said, noting that 92 airlines are IATA members. “In terms of GHSP – 172 stations confirmed following IGOM. In 2022 we started tracking the adoption of IGOM procedures through the portal, currently we have over 60 airlines that have joined the platform and are working on the platform. “Gap Analysis. We will be able to share more details on the adoption rate and variations by the end of 2022.”
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