Tegucigalpa, July 4. Aeropuertos de  Honduras received from the Colombian Institute of Technical Standards and Certification (INCOTEC) the certificate that guarantees that the quality management system used in all activities to comply with the concession contract of the four International Airports of Honduras, Complies with the new ISO 9001:2015 standard.
The distinction granted by ICONTEC specifically values the “Provision of services for the operation, maintenance and commercial exploitation of airports”.

Aeropuertos de Honduras, began this certification process, with the purpose of improving their internal procedures and systems, which required the involvement and effort of all the organization employees, in order to comply with the required procedures, for the benefit of our customers and parties concerned.
Edgardo Maradiaga, General Manager of Aeropuertos de Honduras, pointed out that the process to obtain recognition was done through an orderly framework of parameter measurement, generating a well-documented work structure
ISO 9001: 2015 is an international standard that focuses on all the elements of quality management that a company must count on to have an effective system that allows it to manage and improve the quality of its products or services.

In the Central American region, only the international airports of San José Costa Rica are certified, with Honduras being the second country in the area to have a quality seal at its four international airports, which have different characteristics but with a standardized quality standard.
ICONTEC is a private organization of Colombian origin. It is the largest certification body for management systems and products in the country, and provides ISO 9001, 14001, 22000, OHSAS 18001 certification, among others. In addition, education and training in quality systems and standardization is an important area of work.
Aeropuertos de Honduras has created more opportunities for the country with the reception of new airlines, supporting the management of new routes and serving more than two million passengers passing annually through different air terminals.