Supplier Spotlight

What is the maximum passenger capacity on the Gulfstream G600?


Join our
LinkedIn Group


Image Map

News

TAG Aviation announces new maintenance organization

TAG Aviation has unified all of its maintenance centers under the name TAG Aviation Maintenance Services. The new organization is made up of eight service centers. TAG Aviation has heavy maintenance centers in Geneva, Switzerland, and Farnborough, UK, and offers maintenance services in; Sion, Switzerland; Paris, France; Clermont-Ferrand, France; Madrid, Spain; Hong Kong, China; and Lomé, Togo.

“The new name provides clarity and reflects the capabilities and capacity we offer across our maintenance network,” said Frank Madignier, president, TAG Aviation engineering and FBO services.

“We are able to deliver a full range of maintenance solutions at six locations in Europe as well as in Hong Kong and Togo, holding our position as the leading one-stop-shop for aircraft maintenance. Our expert team is available at all times to support clients no matter where they are in the world and is able to respond quickly to their specific needs. Our clients benefit from high-value maintenance services, including major aircraft modifications and interior refurbishment.”

TAG Aviation has certification to work on more than 60 types of aircraft. TAG Aviation offers airframe, avionics, troubleshooting and ramp services, as well as 10 specialist workshops including paint, interior refurbishment and non-destructive testing.

May 18, 2015

Email

LATEST VIDEOS!

TBM

BBJ 737 Max 7

Step inside the BBJ 737 Max 7, complete with an interior design by Alberto Pinto Interior Design






Global 7000 CMS

Global 7000 CMS

Bombardier unveils the nice Touch CMS, developed with Lufthansa Technik for the upcoming Global 7000






RECEIVE THE
LATEST NEWS


Your email address:



Read Latest Issue

FEATURES

Shannon Gill, director of business development at ‎MSB Design, outlines key trends for 2018 and shares details of upcoming innovations
Click here to read more

The latest addition to Aerion’s board of directors, Gulfstream and Bombardier veteran Bryan Moss, gives an update on the AS2 supersonic jet development program.
Click here to read more

Raphael Affonso, design lead at EAST, Embraer’s in-house seating company, discusses the future of business jet seating
Click here to read more

Dave Ogle, owner of JetPedic, explains how the company’s aircraft mattress beds, and related products, respond to industry requirements
Click here to read more

Following the delivery of a refurbished Global Express combining pre-engineered components from Inairvation and custom elements designed in-house, Sean Gillespie, executive vice president of Flying Colours Corp, looks back over the complex project
Click here to read more


Supplier Spotlight

Supplier SpotlightClick here for listings and information on leading suppliers covering all aspects of the business jet interiors industry. Want to see your company included? Contact simon.hughes@ukimediaevents.com for more details.

Submit your industry opinion

Industry BlogDo you have an opinion you'd like to share with the business jet interiors community? Good or bad, we'd like to hear your views and opinions on the leading issues shaping the industry. Share your comments by sending up to 500 words to isabel.kington@ukimediaevents.com

Submit your recruitment ad

Recruitment AdTo send us your recruitment advertising or to receive information on placing a banner please email simon.hughes@ukimediaevents.com