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IFOA keeps safety standards tip top with Osprey
With the aligned common goal of improving flight safety and security across the industry, the partnership between IFOA and Osprey will enable training participants to discover the most efficient methods to spot risk.
Read this story in our December 2021 printed issue.

The International Flight Operations Academy (IFOA), a Swiss training and consulting company, has entered into a new collaboration with Osprey Flight Solutions, to enhance its training programme through the use of Osprey's data-led risk management system.

Operating from its headquarters In Switzerland, IFOA provides customised training for aviation professionals, with an extensive portfolio of flight operations training programmes, consulting services and strategic solutions for both individuals and organisations. IFOA aims to ensure that everyone working within flight operations achieves the highest possible level of competencies to carry out their duties and responsibilities safely and effectively.

By integrating cutting-edge technology with human analysis, Osprey Flight Solutions delivers a powerful resource for understanding the risks in the global aviation operating environment. By using every tool, technique and technology available, Osprey provides instantaneous access to global analysis, intelligence, information and data on the aviation security environment.

With the aligned common goal of improving flight safety and security across the industry, the partnership between IFOA and Osprey will enable training participants to discover the most efficient and effective methods of risk identification, assessment and evaluation, enhancing their situational awareness of the aviation operating environment.

IFOA CEO Vincent Incammicia says: “We are delighted to be partnering with Osprey Flight Solutions. Our joined forces will contribute to continuously enhancing the security standards in the aviation industry. Indeed, introducing this unique and innovative solution in our training will create a strong new window of opportunity for a breakthrough in raising awareness about how critical it is to use proper data-led analysis for efficient safety and security risk assessment in flight operations.”

Osprey CCO Bruce Norfolk adds: “It’s a pleasure to collaborate with IFOA to support the delivery of comprehensive training solutions for their clients. It’s absolutely crucial that operators have an in-depth understanding of the broad spectrum of risks that every single flight faces, every single day, and through the new partnership with IFOA we aim to support the continuing education of aviation professionals in order to maximise the safety and security of all flight operations.”

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