New Delhi: Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport has been conferred with an award for better management in emergency situation. The IGI airport has become the first airport in the world to get ISO 22301:2012 certification.

British Standards Institution (BSI) MD Venkataram Arabulu has given ISO 22301:2012 certification to the CEO of Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), I Prabhakara Rao.

“Earlier, the airport used to face the problem of blackout. The check-in system also got collapsed. DAIL tried hard to overcome the crisis”, DAIL CEO said.

Rao said, “We planned out to overcome the maximum problems with limited resource and time. For which, we also trained our staffs to be more responsible”.

“This ISO certificate is the result of our hard and consistent labour. It also shows that our crisis management system is up to the mark”, he added.

Rao said that Delhi airport is capable of providing better management system. Now, the airport is able to handle the temporary crisis quickly like power disruption and failure in check-in system or hand baggage system so that passengers could easily commute.

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