Air Canada, first airline to receive IATA recertification for the safe transport of animals
Air Canada has become the first airline to receive International Air Transport Association (IATA) Excellence for Independent Validators for Live Animals Logistics (CEIV Live Animals) recertification for the safe transportation of live animals by Air Canada. Position. “We are very proud to be recognized for our work in meeting the highest global standards for the transportation of all live animals, and being the first airline to obtain recertification continues to position Air Canada Cargo as an industry leader,” he said. Jason Berry, Vice President of Cargo for Air Canada. Air Canada was the first airline to receive CEIV Live Animals certification in 2018, a standardized global certification program to improve and enhance the safety and welfare of animals traveling by air. As part of the recertification process, IATA specialists conducted a comprehensive audit, which reviewed Air Canada Cargo's live animal transportation policies and procedures. Compliance with the IATA Live Animals Regulations (LAR) was completely reviewed, as well as compliance with protocols such as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
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