TAG Global Training celebrates 10 years

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TAG Global Training, a leading provider of training within aviation, based at TAG Farnborough Airport in the UK, celebrated its 10th anniversary on Friday, January 27. A division of TAG Aviation, one of the world’s leading providers of private and business aviation services, TAG Global Training was established in 2007 to help train pilots and cabin crew.

Debbie Elliott, training manager at TAG Global Training, said, “We currently offer over 30 aviation, EASA- and DFT-compliant training courses that have been designed to meet the requirements of our pilot and cabin crew attendees, as well as the unique requirements of our ultra-high net worth clients’ bespoke private operations. Course materials are refreshed annually, so our clients never receive the same format twice, and they can be undertaken to suit individual training requirements.”

Graham Williamson, president aircraft management and charter services, TAG Aviation Europe, added, “The creation of TAG Global Training is one of our proudest achievements in which we seek to provide unparalleled operational excellence and an uncompromised focus on safety. Training is the key to ensuring that our crews share our passion for quality, excellence, innovation and respect.”

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