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Two new certifications for TAG Aviation Malta

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Two new certifications for TAG Aviation Malta - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: Malta Aircraft: Airplanes

Just three years after receiving its Maltese AOC, TAG Aviation Malta has been rewarded for its commitment to safety with both its Wyvern Wingman certification and IS-BAO accreditation. These significant achievements confirm the company’s commitment to the very highest safety standards within the industry and illustrate its continued efforts to provide an unrivalled service in all aspects of private and business aviation.

Achieving Wyvern Wingman status is an important milestone for TAG Malta, as its standards are globally recognised as the industry’s benchmark for aviation safety and operational procedures.

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations, or IS-BAO, is the code of best practice that serves as the gold standard for business aviation around the world. This endorsement confirms that the company is working at the very highest levels of safety and operational proficiency.

Stephanie Vella Gera, TAG Aviation Europe and Malta Head of Safety and Compliance, was extremely pleased with these certifications: 

“At TAG Malta, we constantly review and improve our operational procedures with safety always our top priority, so we are immensely proud that we have been recognized for this by two of the world’s most renowned bodies – Wyvern and IS-BAO. Wyvern Wingman’s criteria are amongst the most challenging in the aviation industry, whilst IS-BAO accreditation proves our ability to provide the highest levels of safety and efficiency at all times. Both endorsements confirm our commitment to providing exactly the same exemplary service found in the wider TAG Aviation Group.’



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