ASIG Awarded Ground Handling License at Singapore's Changi Airport
Contact: Yvonne Coleman
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Orlando ... ASIG®, an industry leader in aviation services, announced today that Singapore's Changi Airport (SIN) has awarded ASIG a license to provide ground handling services. ASIG won the license through a competitive bid process. Services incorporated under the license include comprehensive ramp handling, cabin cleaning, passenger services and cargo transportation.Commenting on the award, Keith P. Ryan, President, said, "We are delighted to have been awarded a license to provide ground handling services at Changi Airport. We view Singapore as a key component in our overall strategic efforts for development of ASIG's operations across the Asia Pacific Region. We look forward to offering our services to existing customers within the U.S. and Europe and we're excited by the opportunity to pursue relationships with new carriers as well."
Note to Editors: ASIG is a global provider of ground, fuel, cargo and airport facility services to airlines, airports, oil companies and industry partners. The company's 7,500 highly qualified aviation service professionals safely handle millions of flights annually. ASIG offers flexible, comprehensive service solutions that deliver value and quality across a network of 70 airports in North America, Europe and Asia.
ASIG is part of BBA Aviation plc a leading global aviation support and aftermarket services provider with market leading businesses and attractive growth opportunities. BBA Aviation's Flight Support businesses (ASIG and Signature Flight Support) are focused on refueling and ground handling of business and commercial aviation aircraft. Its Aftermarket Services and Systems businesses (Dallas Airmotive, Premier Turbines, H+S Aviation, International Turbine Service, Barrett Turbine Engine Company, International Governor Services, Ontic and APPH) are focused on the repair and overhaul of jet engines and the design, manufacture and services of aerospace sub-systems and components. For more information, please visit www.bbaaviation.com