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ISO9002 Registered

Sat Aug 26, 2000 11:31 am

My airport Hamilton International Airport in Ontario Canada just got ISO9002 registered the biggest airport in Canada to get that and only the second. how big of a deal is this?
 
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RE: ISO9002 Registered

Sat Aug 26, 2000 11:45 am

Getting certificates from ISO usually means you reach a certain level of quality in your operations. So I'm guessing it's probably not a very big deal. The airport's probably operating to a more stringent set of standards, if nothing else.

There are ISO certifications for many industries. For airlines, too. I can't tell you right off my head which ones got them - sorry.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong!  
 
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RE: ISO9002 Registered

Sat Aug 26, 2000 11:58 am

Ya but to be the biggest airport in your contry especially a big one like Canada that must mean something

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