TAG Aviation on Monday opened an FBO at Torrejon Airport in Madrid. The company already has FBOs in Farnborough, UK, and Berlin, in addition to its headquarters in Geneva, plus executive aircraft charter and management operations in the U.S.
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Mercury Air Centers and TAG Aviation have joined to provide added travel services through Mercury’s FBO network. Mercury customers throughout the U.S. can now use a variety of ancillary services, including charter and management, through TAG Aviation. Mercury president John Enticknap said his FBOs often receive requests from customers for services outside the normal scope of the FBOs’ operations.
Britain’s secretary of state for Communities and Local Government will rule on TAG Aviation’s appeal for permission to increase the number of movements permitted at London-area Farnborough Airport.
San Francisco-based charter sales firm TAG Aviation USA formally launched its JetCard at the NBAA Convention last week. Though competitor programs typically offer a set number of hours on a specific size of aircraft, the TAG JetCard allows customers to purchase charter flights in increments of $100,000, $250,000 or $500,000 for use on any seven jet categories via affiliate AMI Jet Charter or other TAG vendors.
In a bid to overcome local opposition to its application to increase operations at London Farnborough Airport to 5,000 movements annually, TAG Aviation has offered to phase in the increase over the next three years from the current limit of 2,500 to 3,800 by year-end to 4,500 in 2007.
Business aviation services group TAG Aviation (Stand A405) has opened a new office in Hong Kong. The TAG Aviation Asia operation has also announced the arrival of its first managed executive jet, a Dassault Falcon 2000.
The Hong Kong office is being managed by the company’s newly appointed director of business development, Jolie Howard.
TAG Aviation has inaugurated a business aviation terminal that is arguably the finest in Europe. The new building at the London-area Farnborough Airport was officially opened yesterday by Britain’s Prince Andrew in a ceremony attended by many top industry executives en route to the EBACE show here in Geneva.
TAG Aviation's application for more weekend aircraft movements at the London-area Farnborough Airport was rejected by the local Rushmoor Borough Council. The company, which operates Farnborough under a lease agreement, wants to boost the number of movements permitted each year on weekends and holidays from 2,500 to 5,000 and has offered to introduce this increase incrementally over three years.
Tag Aviation president and CEO Jake Cartwright has projected another record year for U.S. operations in 2006. Since January 1, 25 fully managed aircraft have been added to the fleet, raising the total to 100 aircraft at more than 60 U.S. locations.
Charter sales firm TAG Aviation USA launched its JetCard at the NBAA Convention last month. Though competitor programs typically offer a specific number of hours on a specific size aircraft, the TAG JetCard lets customers purchase charter service in increments of $100,000, $250,000 or $500,000 for use on any of seven jet categories via affiliate AMI Jet Charter or other TAG vendors.