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TAG Aviation Receives Renewed Wyvern Wingman Status Today at EBACE 2017

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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TAG Aviation has today reaffirmed its unwavering commitment to safety with renewed accreditation to the Wyvern Wingman program for its operations in Switzerland as part of an award ceremony at EBACE this year. The UK-based operating Centre also renewed its accreditation to the Wyvern Wingman safety program last summer. 

The Wyvern Wingman Standard is widely recognised as the industry’s global benchmark in aviation safety.  In order to successfully achieve Wingman status, aircraft operators must have an immaculate record for a minimum of five years with the appropriate aviation authorities and actively demonstrate their commitment to current industry safety procedures. Operators must also provide consistently up-to- date, accurate safety data in the Wyvern online database and successfully pass an onsite audit every two years where flight, maintenance, and company business practices are evaluated against the rigorous Wingman standard. 

“TAG Aviation is a global business aviation company with unparalleled operational excellence and we put safety and the forefront of everything we do”, said Erwan Clolery, Safety and Compliance Monitoring Manager, TAG Aviation Geneva.  

“The Wyvern Wingman certification is a hugely important endorsement within our industry and is testament to our on-going investment to maintain the highest possible level of safety practices whilst promoting a strong safety culture.”  

“We are honored to congratulate TAG Aviation Switzerland on achieving Wingman Certification said Art Dawley, CEO Wyvern. “This certification is a testament to TAG Aviation’s continuing commitment to the highest levels of safety as well to operating the highest levels of industry accepted best practices. Wyvern is proud to have TAG Aviation ‘under our wing.” 

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