Abu Dhabi: The Abu Dhabi International Airport has been awarded a Management System Certificate for Business Continuity Management.
This makes the airport the first in the Middle East, and one of a few in the world, to become ISO 22301 certified.
“The ISO 22301 certification demonstrates that the business continuity system in place at Abu Dhabi International Airport is of the highest standard and that the airport is prepared for and able to continue its operations in the event of any disruption,” said Ahmad Al Haddabi, chief operations officer, Abu Dhabi Airports .
“This achievement highlights Abu Dhabi Airports’ commitment to support the government’s endeavour to achieve excellence in all its businesses and services,” he added.
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Abu Dhabi Airports was also the first airports company in the region to have received the ISO 9001 Quality Management System, 14001 Environment Management System, and OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System across all its airports.
Abu Dhabi International Airport currently serves over 116 destinations in 58 countries and in 2015 accommodated over 23 million passengers.