TAG Aviation Europe expands its managed fleet of aircraft


TAG Aviation Europe has announced that 17 new clients have chosen to place 20 aircraft under its comprehensive range of aircraft management services during the past year. TAG Aviation will operate the newly managed aircraft on behalf of the private owners which range from single engine turbo prop aircraft to VIP airliners. Six of these managed aircraft in total will be available for third-party charters.

“Clients who choose us to manage their aircraft benefit from TAG’s unique SPIRIT (safety, passion, integrity, respect, innovation and team spirit) of private aviation – an acronym that embodies our core values,” said Florent Sériès, European vice president for sales and marketing, TAG Aviation Europe.

“We provide bespoke aircraft management turnkey solutions for our clients’ specific needs and this boutique service extends to our complete spectrum of aircraft maintenance with our philosophy centered around the highest safety and airworthiness standards within the aviation industry.”

TAG Aviation leverages its global reach and operational experience to deliver trusted and transparent aircraft management with tight financial control methods which make it far easier for clients to analyze their operational costs. Many clients seek revenue from their asset via third party charters when their aircraft is not in use. This has the added attraction of allowing owners to be able to offset some of the aircraft’s operational costs against their own personal flights.

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