TAG Aviation has officially opened its first FBO in the Asia-Pacific region.
Located in Macau, the new facility marks a major milestone for the company’s ambitions in expanding its business to meet the continuing growth in the Asia-Pacific region. The facility represents the fourth FBO for TAG Aviation globally.
The Macau FBO provides a comprehensive suite of 24/7 business aviation services including passenger facilitation, VIP and business-executive amenities, on-site customs and immigration clearance, flight planning and chartering, along with aircraft maintenance and servicing capabilities.
The opening ceremony was attended by company executives and VIP guests Deng Jun, chairman of the executive committee, Macau Airport Authority; Simon Chan, president of civil aviation authority of Macau SAR; Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, director of Macau government tourist office; and Antonio Barros, Macau Airport director of airport operations department.
Steven Young, TAG Aviation holding director and president at TAG Aviation Asia, said, “The opening of our Macau FBO expands our global network to Asia and provides TAG Aviation with the operational capabilities to deliver world-class FBO services in the region.
“Macau is rapidly developing as important destination of choice for business aviation and the industry’s development enjoys the strong support of the Macau government.”
The new facility in Macau joins its international network of FBOs based at Farnborough, Geneva and Sion.