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Two top-of-the-line aircraft joined TAG Aviation Asia fleet

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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TAG Aviation welcomes a new Gulfstream G600 and a new Bombardier Global 7500 to its Asia fleet in the fourth quarter of 2020. TAG Aviation is one of the few operators in the region managing the two newest aircraft models from Gulfstream and Bombardier. The arrival of these state-of-the-art jets confirms the confidence Owners have in TAG Aviation’s world renowned expertise in private and business aviation.

The new Gulfstream G600 has just entered into service and is one of the first delivered to Asia. It joins a comprehensive fleet of more than 20 Gulfstream aircraft under TAG Aviation management in Asia, which includes a G280, G450, G550, and G650/G650ER aircraft, all maintained and operated to the highest regulatory, safety and security standards.

The new Bombardier Global 7500 is the second in TAG Aviation’s Asia fleet and joins more than 20 other Bombardier aircraft including Challenger 604, 605 and 850 aircraft as well as Global 5000, XRS, 6000 and 7500 models. With TAG Aviation’s Hong Kong maintenance organization appointment as a Bombardier Authorized Service Facility earlier this year, TAG Aviation is well placed to support Bombardier aircraft owners. The appointment include services for the Bombardier Global 5000 GVFD, Global 6000 GVFD, Global 7500, and the Challenger 605.

Simon Bambridge, Commercial Director, Asia, comments “We are honoured to be entrusted to manage these exceptional aircraft on behalf of their new owners. These aircraft are two of the most sophisticated and technologically advanced business jets available today offering segment-leading capability and passenger comfort. It is a testament to the extraordinary team we have at TAG Aviation that we were able to take delivery of these aircraft and enter them into service smoothly and efficiently during the unprecedented challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.”



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