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Dassault chooses TAG for ground school training

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Dassault chooses TAG for ground school training - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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Thanks to a new partnership with CAE, TAG Global Training has been selected as the ground school training provider for Dassault Falcon pilots who complete their initial simulator training at CAE Burgess Hill. TAG Global Training has gained a unique reputation within the industry for setting the standards in private aviation training. It provides every ground school subject required to operate an aircraft either commercially or under the requirements of Part NCC.

Debbie Elliott, Manager TAG Global Training’, commented: "After a year of negotiations, I am proud that Dassault and CAE have chosen TAG Global Training as their ground school training provider. This venture continues to strengthen the working relationships we have with both organisations and complements our strategic focus within TAG Aviation globally." 

The two day courses, held at Farnborough airport, cover aviation first aid, wet drills, and all areas of safety emergency procedures, standard operating procedures and passenger handling. Graduate pilots then have the opportunity to return for their annual refresher training or to attend the many other courses that TAG Global Training has to offer

The inaugural ground school course was delivered in March for two pilots from the Indonesian Air Force. Pictured below they are seen proudly displaying their certificates at a Dassault celebratory ceremony.

With a history dating back to 1966, TAG Aviation has pioneered industry standards within the business aviation world. Focusing on client services, safety systems, operational excellence and bespoke training. TAG offers a broad range of services including aircraft management, charter, maintenance, training and an FBO in Macau. Employing around 500 staff worldwide with bases in the UK, Geneva, Malta, Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau, Bahrain and Beijing.

 

 





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