360 Motor Pkwy, Suite 100
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Air Industries Group is a public company, listed on the NY Stock Exchange (NYSE MKT: AIRI). Our six (6) sites in the New York/Connecticut region encompass 325,000 square feet, with nearly (400) employees. While still classified as a small business, the Air Industries Group is rich in talent, enjoying its close proximity to both the Long Island aerospace community, known as the Cradle of Aviation, and the Hartford Aerospace Corridor, which includes major OEM’s such as Pratt & Whitney, GE, and Sikorsky Aircraft.

Since its inception in 1979, Air Industries has grown both organically and through acquisition, and today the company is an integrated manufacturer of precision machined components, mechanical assemblies, precision sheet metal assemblies, and electronic enclosures.

Our portfolio of products is focused on flight critical applications, including:

  • Landing gear
  • Arresting gear
  • Air-to-air refueling systems
  • Tubes and ducts
  • Aerostructures
  • Flight turbine components
  • Ground power turbine components
  • Ground support equipment
  • Electronic cables, harnesses, chassis’


Air Industries Group


Daniel R. Godin

President & Chief Executive Officer

Air Industries Group & Wholly Owned Subsidiaries

Mr. Daniel R. Godin has been the Chief Executive Officer and President of Air Industries Group since January 01, 2015. Prior to joining Air Industries Group, Mr. Godin was employed by the Merex Group, as the President of MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul) Solutions. In that position he had full P&L responsibility and provided strategy and leadership to all MRO business units within the Merex Group.

Prior to Merex, Mr. Godin was employed at Circor Aerospace & Defense as North America Vice President and General Manager, providing P&L and business leadership for a group of businesses focused on OEM and aftermarket design, manufacturing and MRO of proprietary fluid controls and landing gear technology. He led the integration of several of acquired businesses via site consolidation, deployment of lean practices and relentless focus on execution. Prior to that assignment, Godin was employed as a Vice President at Sermatech where was responsible for operations and improving overall profitability.

Dan spent the foundational portion of his career at United Technologies’ Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines division and had roles in Process Engineering, Operations Management, Supply Chain and Business Center Leadership for complex aircraft turbine engine equipment development and manufacturing.

Mr. Godin has 27+ years of experience from the aerospace industry. He has extensive industry and continuous improvement experience. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Southern Maine and completed the Executive Business Program at the Darden School at the University of Virginia. Dan served with the United States Air Force and holds 5 US Patents for specialized aircraft and industrial engine coatings and engineered components.

Gary Settoducato

VP, Business Development
P: 631-850-3420 C: 631-383-1975

Gary Settoducato has been the Vice President of Business Development for Air Industries Group since January 2015, after serving as President of Welding Metallurgy, Inc., from August 2007 through December 2014. Prior to his tenure at WMI, Mr. Settoducato held senior executive positions at Air Industries Machining, Corp., the Company’s primary operating subsidiary, and was responsible for contracts, procurement and integration.

Mr. Settoducato has been associated with Air Industries for 21 years, and has been in the aerospace industry for a total of 32 years. He is a graduate of Northrop Grumman’s procurement training program, and has held senior management positions at several other aerospace manufacturers prior to his current tenure at Air Industries.

Mr. Settoducato graduated summa cum laude from the C.W. Post Center of Long Island University in 1983, with a double major in marketing and management, and was the Valedictorian of his graduating class.