Aircraft Service Joins Hireveterans.com

asigAircraft Service Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.

ASIG began operating in 1947 and has grown to become one the industry’s largest independent providers of commercial aviation services. With years of expertise, ASIG draws from a vast wealth of service knowledge to provide safe, high quality, reliable service.

From top management and throughout the organization, quality, safety and training are paramount. This commitment has created a corporate culture where effective programs are tailored to the customer’s needs, driven by the involvement of each employee and recognized by the airlines, FAA and other regulatory agencies. The company has developed internal safety, training and quality programs that are second to none. They have a dedicated HS&E department to ensure they meet all federal, state and local regulatory requirements. ASIG’s ISO 9002 certification program, is one of their most successful initiatives and was implemented as part of their quality commitment. Total quality management in all phases of the business is way of life.

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