TAG Aviation’s Le Bourget Maintenance Services Centre wins Bombardier award

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TAG Aviation’s Maintenance Services Centre at Paris-Le Bourget Airport in France has received this year’s Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award for line maintenance.

The award was received on behalf of TAG Aviation by Franck Madignier, president – maintenance and FBO services, TAG Aviation Europe, and Guillaume Blache, Le Bourget line station manager, at the Bombardier Business Aircraft 5th annual AFS Excellence Awards ceremony, which was held on November 10, 2015, at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

“We are delighted that our line maintenance facility at Paris-Le Bourget has received this esteemed industry recognition,” said Madignier. “The Award is testament to our hard working on-site maintenance team and the continually high levels of customer service we provide.”

“Bombardier is proud to offer our customers the highest level of service and support,” said Stan Younger, vice president, aircraft service centers, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “We recognize and congratulate TAG Aviation on receiving this award as a demonstration of their shared commitment to outstanding customer service. They consistently demonstrate their aircraft maintenance expertise and superior capability.”

The Bombardier ASF Excellence Awards are presented annually to Bombardier ASFs that deliver the best performance across a set of 13 key elements, including quality assurance, technical compliance and customer influence.

November 11 , 2015

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