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TAG Aviation Announces Creation of Maintenance Control Centre in Portugal

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Portugal Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation is creating a Maintenance Control Centre (MCC) at Lisbon/Cascais (LPCS) Aerodrome from June 2018. This will enhance TAG Aviation's current Mobile Repair Team (MRT) operations, with maintenance services support now available from eight locations throughout Europe.

The MCC will simplify the centralised handling of all AOGs and MRT requests, with one Customer Services contact number, available 24/7, to request assistance from TAG’s highly-trained technicians.  TAG’s dedicated maintenance services teams will be able to swiftly respond to clients’ requests, even at short notice, and can be dispatched from anyone of its locations.

“One central contact number empowers our maintenance services teams to be able to respond very speedily to our clients’ needs across the full range of maintenance service capabilities we operate, minimising downtime, and further supporting our on-going commitment to maximise the efficiency of our clients’ operations”, said Franck Madignier, President Maintenance and FBO Services, TAG Aviation Europe.

TAG Aviation has approved MRO maintenance centres right across Europe, including Geneva, Sion, Paris, Lisbon, Farnborough, Cermont Ferrand as well as Lomé (Togo), Hong Kong in Asia and recently opened line stations in Luanda in Angola and in Sheremetyevo in Moscow. TAG Maintenance services is approved by all main aircraft manufacturers and certified to undertake work on over sixty aircraft types. 



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