Flightcell wins ISO 9001 certification
Flightcell International has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification for the design and manufacture of communications equipment for aviation, the company announced on 19 January.
The company was assessed and certified by Guardian Independent Certification of Auckland New Zealand. The certification confirms that the company has implemented processes and procedures to consistently deliver product and services that meet customer needs and regulatory requirements; and that that quality is continually delivered, monitored and improved.
James Mace, quality director at Flightcell International, said: ‘Certification means that every department and business aspect of Flightcell International has been strictly assessed for compliance to ISO 9001:2015, through in an in-depth review of every category of our operations.
‘This is another significant milestone for Flightcell International and it provides assurance for current and prospective customers that we are a highly-qualified provider of high quality communications products, services and solutions.’
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