The Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) has appointed Todd Sigler assistant vice president of Civil Aviation. Sigler joins AIA after working for Cirrus Aircraft in a variety of positions, most recently as vice president of manufacturing support and process engineering.
In his new role with AIA, Sigler will focus on topics related to civil aviation issues and policy, including the environment, research and development, aviation infrastructure and safety and security.
At Cirrus, Sigler also was vice president of manufacturing operations, vice president of product assurance and director of air safety. He was responsible for production system strategy and product quality, daily manufacturing operations, strategic production planning, product integration, quality system elements and aircraft accident investigation. Prior to working at Cirrus Aircraft, Sigler spent eight years with Cessna Aircraft Co. as a customer solution manager, a senior air safety investigator and a production support engineer. He was also previously with Raytheon Aircraft (now Hawker Beechcraft) as a liaison engineer.
Sigler holds a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Technology and a master’s degree in Aviation Safety. He has also holds a private pilot’s license and an A&P license.
For more information: AIA-Aerospace.org