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TAG Farnborough Maintenance Services to Extend Aircraft Cleaning and Line Maintenance Operations at Farnborough Airport

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation’s Farnborough MaintenanceServices (TFMS) is pleased to announce that from this November it will be extending the hours of its Aircraft Cleaning and Detailing Services operations to run from 6am to 11pm, 7 days a week, which will be available to any aircraft landing at TAG Farnborough Airport.

TAG Aviation Maintenance Services Detailing Teams are fully mobile with dedicated vans and deliver over 9,000 hours of aircraft interior and exterior Detailing Services annually from their base at Farnborough Airport and throughout the surrounding area.

“Extending the hours of our customer interface for Cleaning and Detailing Services is part of a wider move to improve our ‘one stop shop’ customer experience at TFMS”,said Cyrille Pillet, Vice President Maintenance Operations, TAG Aviation Europe. “We have also recently reinforced our Customer Services Team to cover the Line Maintenance shift operations from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week. A dedicated team of Line Engineers will be assigned to enhance our current Line Support Services operations, and this will be fully implemented by Q2 of 2019.”

TFMS’s Detailing Experts can now be contacted 7 days a week, from 6am to 11pm on the dedicated number + 44 7387 261 472. Alternatively, non-urgent requests can be submitted via email to E: aircraft.detailing@tagaviation.com



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