TAG Aviation Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary of Maintenance Services Operations at Farnborough and Delivers First 48-Month Check on a Bombardier Challenger 350

Farnborough, 19th December 2018 – TAG Aviation Farnborough Maintenance Services (TFMS) is pleased to announce that this December marks the fifteenth year of maintenance services operations from its base at TAG Farnborough Airport.
The significant milestone coincides with TFMS’s release of one of the World’s first 48month base checks on a Bombardier CL350 aircraft. The comprehensive maintenance check, undertaken at TAG Aviation’s Bombardier approved (ASF) Farnborough included a complete cabin removal and refit.
Over recent years TAG Engineering Ltd (which now operates under the unified brand TAG Aviation Maintenance Services as part of the unique Pan-European maintenance services network of TAG Aviation) has gone from strength to strength delivering 100,000 hours of maintenance works in 2018, all within a very competitive environment.

“Our aim is to be the most flexible and customer-focused European line and base station support services centre, not necessarily the biggest”, said Cyrille Pillet, TFMS Managing Director and VP Maintenance Operations, TAG Aviation Europe. “We pride ourselves on developing lasting relationships which are based on mutual trust and flexibility and to meeting maintenance programme deliveries on time for each one of our valued customers – their perception is our reality!”
All line and base maintenance stations operated by TAG Aviation Maintenance Service Centres are Bombardier Approved Service Facilities (ASF) and Dassault Approved Service Centres (ASC). The TAG Farnborough location boasts a dedicated line operation facility which annually provides maintenance support to over 1600 aircraft. In the past few years TFMS has performed over 60 heavy maintenance checks ranging from 48-month to 120-month inputs on Bombardier Challenger and Global Express aircraft.

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About TAG Aviation TAG Aviation has pioneered industry standards in business aviation client service, safety systems, operational excellence and bespoke training, with a history dating back to 1966. TAG Aviation is a global company that includes TAG Aviation Europe and TAG Aviation Asia in Hong Kong. The company offers a broad range of business aviation services including aircraft management, charter, maintenance and FBO/handling. Globally, TAG Aviation manages a fleet of over 120 aircraft, with around 60 available for charter. The company also provides comprehensive maintenance and engineering services in eleven locations (Geneva, Sion, Farnborough, Luton, Paris, Clermont-Ferrand, Lisbon, Hong Kong, Lomé, Sheremetyevo and Luanda). The company is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland and comprises of operating centres in Geneva, Farnborough (London), Hong Kong. TAG Aviation’s FBO facilities in Geneva and TAG Farnborough Airport, a sister company, have repeatedly been rated among the top three FBOs worldwide. TAG Aviation employs over 1,200 aviation professionals worldwide including nearly 600 pilots and cabin crew. TAG Global Training, TAG Aviation’s training division, trains an average of 3,000 aviation professionals each year. www.tagaviation.com

Press Contact For any further information and high-resolution images please contact: Della Edwards, PR Officer, TAG Aviation Europe. T : + 44 (0) 792 053 6850 E : dedwards@tagaviation.co.uk

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