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TAG Aviation Asia to Open Fixed Base Operation in Macau

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation Asia is set to operate a Fixed Base Operation (FBO) at Macau International Airport. The Hong Kong headquartered operator has agreed to a six-year concession agreement with the Macau Airport Authority (CAM - Sociedade do Aeroporto Internacional de Macau S.A.R.L.) to provide a full-service facility operation, 24/7, at this International destination.

Macau is the first destination FBO for TAG Aviation within the Asia Pacific region andis in full alignment with the operator’s goals of continuing to expand its business to meet the continuing growth in the Asia Pacific region. The FBO is scheduled to be operational the fourth quarter of 2018 at Macau International Airport to commence serving business aircraft.

“The Macau FBO is a unique opportunity for TAG Aviation to continue to expand its global network to deliver world-class FBO services in the Asia Pacific region. Macau is fast becoming a destination of choice and the Government is fully supportive to promoting the growth of business aviation”, said Erturk Yildiz, Accountable Manager, TAG Macau FBO.

TAG Asia’s Macau FBO will join TAG’s other FBO networks based at Farnborough, Geneva and Sion to continue to provide the very best integrated FBO services. TAG Farnborough Airport in the UK and TAG Aviation’s Flight Centre based at Geneva International Airport are repeatedly voted some of Europe's best private jet facilities which recognises the superior quality customer services and amenities that are available for passengers, pilots and flight crews.



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