APSCO celebrates the end of another successful Hajj season with a tasteful ceremony held at King Abdulaziz Airport.

 With the new season ushering in, APSCO stood out proudly as recipient of an Award from the General Authority of Civil Aviation. Held on the 25th of October at the Hyatt Park Hotel in Jeddah, by the management of King Abdulaziz Airport, the event was held to honor governmental and civil authorities, as well as companies who aided in the successful implementation of the operational plan for the Hajj season 1438H. 

 The award was presented to Eng. Azzam Qari, Fuels Director who received it on behalf of APSCO. This gesture was extended to thank APSCO for their continuous efforts in helping establish the hajj operational plan set by the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA). Among the distinguished guests present, the President of the General Authority for Civil Aviation Mr. Abdul Hakim bin Mohammed Al Tamimi and assistant to the President and directors of government departments and airlines.

 

On Wednesday 11/10/2017 APSCO had an official ceremony at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) Jeddah, in which KAIA - Joint Inspection Group (JIG) certificate was being shared with the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) and airport authorities by APSCO’s Managing Director Mr. Mohammed Ali Ibrahim Alireza , and Fuels Director Eng. Azzam Qari. The ceremony was well received and APSCO’s efforts in complying with (JIG) standards were greatly appreciated.

APSCO has been a member of JIG since 2008 and has been actively contributing in the JIG Technical Forums and Manager workshops for the development of the JIG Standards.

JIG introduced a new process, “Inspected to JIG Standards” (IJS) and APSCO has become an early adopter of the process. APSCO has implemented the IJS process across all of its sites within the kingdom. The process requires that an approved JIG inspector inspect each facility every year in order to ensure consistency in complying with the highest aviation standards. As per the process, any location that is inspected by a duly accredited JIG Inspector, will have an inspection rating of satisfactory or good, and can be added to the list of recognized sites held by JIG. APSCO also managed to accredit two employees as approved JIG inspectors.