Orlando … ASIG®, an industry leader in aviation services, announced today that it has commenced aircraft deicing services at London Heathrow Airport (LHR). Both deicing and anti-icing services are being provided. ASIG has secured contracts with several carriers including Eva Air, Korean Air, Malaysian Airlines and United Airlines.
Commenting on the commencement of deicing services at LHR, Mark Edwards, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, ASIG Europe, said “Ongoing diversification of our service capabilities is an intrinsic part of ASIG’s strategy to become a full services provider to airlines and airports across Europe. As we continue to broaden our network, ASIG is prepared to offer a full range of service solutions in support of our customers and the industry at large.”
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 64 airports in North America, Europe and Asia.
ASIG is part of BBA Aviation Services Group, a division of BBA Group PLC, a publicly held corporation traded on the London stock exchange. The Group’s companies are engaged in providing products and services to the aviation and specialty materials industries. BBA Aviation Services Group serves the world’s business aviation, regional airline, helicopter and commercial aviation markets through its primary operating companies and their subsidiaries that in addition to ASIG include: Dallas Airmotive; Signature Flight Support; International Turbine Service; International Governor Service; Barrett Turbine Engine Company; H+S Aviation; and Premier Turbines.
ASIG will provide cargo services at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, including warehousing, documentation, cargo ramp handling and fueling.
ASIG will commence operations on March 30th at Terminal One and will transition with Aegean when the airline moves to the new Terminal 2 facility in July of this year.