Aviation news analysis
50 SKY SHADES - World aviation news

Success Means Expansion for Bromma Jet and Renewed Collaboration with TAG Aviation

Download: Printable PDF Date: 23 May 2016 09:47 categories:
Success Means Expansion for Bromma Jet and Renewed Collaboration with TAG Aviation - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Sweden Aircraft: Airplanes

2016 is proving to be a boom year for private aviation company, Bromma Jet - based in Sweden - so much so that it has now added a Challenger 300 to its fleet of Falcon 7X aircraft.

Thanks to its exclusive sales agreement with TAG Aviation, Bromma has recently enjoyed considerable success with its European charter operations. Its 11 and 14 seat Falcon 7Xs are currently located in Paris, which is where the new Challenger 300 will also be based. Fully dedicated to charter, and again promoted by TAG Aviation, this 9-seat jet will provide Bromma with a valuable presence in the super midsize category and enable the company to expand its market offering still further.

TAG Aviation’s European Vice President for Sales and Marketing, Florent Sériès, was delighted with the news of Bromma’s Challenger 300 acquisition. “Our partnership with Bromma has been a perfect fit, since we look after the dispatch of their aircraft as well as their maintenance - and our relationship has been great since day one. We are looking forward to renewing our collaboration with them, and their new Challenger 300 offers exciting new opportunities for us. The charter market is buoyant right now and, thanks to our long history in in this field, we find we have more clients than aircraft for them to charter. We are always on the lookout for operators who can increase the fleet of aircraft that we can offer, operators like Bromma with whom we share the same safety focus and customer ethos.”

Loading comments for Success Means Expansion for Bromma Jet and Renewed Collaboration with TAG Aviation...


Silk Way West Airlines increases flights to Chinese city of Zhengzhou

Azerbaijani cargo air carrier Silk Way West Airlines increases the number of flights to China. The number of Baku-Zhengzhou flights will be increased from four to six times a week. The appropria...

First ANA A380 takes to the skies

The first A380 for All Nippon Airways (ANA) took to the skies today, completing a maiden flight from the Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France to the Airbus site in Hamburg, Germany. The aircr...

Nomad Aviation launches maintenance and hangarage services in Basel, Switzerland

Nomad Aviation has started to offer maintenance and hangarage services at its Basel, Switzerland facility at the beginning of August 2018. The company, branded as Nomad Technics AG, occupies a 7&rsquo...

Royal Thai Air Force expands fleet with additional H225M order

New purchase brings RTAF’s H225M fleet to 12 units Airbus Helicopters has secured an additional order of four H225M (previously known as EC725) multirole utility helicopters from the Royal Th...