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TAG Aviation SA Geneva Wyvern Wingman Operator Status renewed

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation SA has formally renewed its prestigious WYVERN Wingman certification after once again successfully passing the rigorous safety audit conducted by WYVERN.

To achieve Wingman status operators must actively show their commitment to leading safety practices and maintain a strong safety culture. They must also provide consistently up-to-date accurate safety data in the WYVERN online database and successfully pass on-site audit every two years where flight, maintenance and company business practices are evaluated against “The Wingman Standard”.

“Retaining our WYVERN Wingman rating is a hugely important endorsement and demonstrates our on-going commitment to upholding advanced safety practices as we strive to exceed industry expectations”, said Erwan Clolery, Safety and Compliance Monitoring Manager, TAG Aviation Geneva. “Successful attainment of the prestigious Wingman Certification reaffirms TAG Geneva’s status within an elite category of operators and is testament to our advanced level of safety expertise and qualityoperating standards.”

“We are delighted to congratulate TAG Aviation Switzerland on the renewal of their coveted Wingman Certification said Sonnie Bates, CEO, WYVERN. “Such designationdemonstrates TAG Geneva’s commitment to maintaining the highest levels of accepted best practices and safety operations.”

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