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TAG Aviation Geneva Strengthens its Maintenance Service Capabilities

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

To meet the growing demand from TAG Aviation’s customers and to ensure the widest range of aircraft maintenance provisions, TAG Aviation Maintenance Services Centre in Geneva has recently expanded its on-site aircraft refurbishment proficiencies. 

Aircraft Interior Cabin Wood Re-Varnishing Solution

TAG Geneva’s Maintenance Services Centre has introduced an ‘off the shelf’ cabin wood re-varnishing process for aircraft cabin interiors following research undertaken by TAG’s Part 21 DOA department. This innovative solution comprises a range of ready-to-go interior wood varnishing finishes (ranging from matt to ultra-gloss) for all types of wood within the cabin. This enhanced offering dramatically reduces the turn- around for any cabin wood interior project.

Introducing Partial Exterior Paint Refurbishment

In conjunction with major scheduled maintenance C-check inspections on Falcon aircraft types, TAG Geneva Maintenance Services Centre now offers partial exterior paint refurbishments in line with the OEM’s requirements. This provides specific advantages for TAG Customers. In particular, minimising an aircraft’s downtime (compared to the project time for a full aircraft’s exterior re-paint) and is a far more competitive choice for aircraft owners.

New 3D Cabin Refurbishment Project Design Technology

To further streamline TAG’s range of aircraft refurbishment capabilities, TAG Maintenance Services has introduced a new 3D cabin configuration tool which can provide customers with the most extensive range of aircraft refurbishment interiors solutions. Developed in conjunction with a Swiss-based architect studio, the fully rendered 3D configurator can create the most popular cabin layouts with realistic representations of the selected materials and ambient lighting scenarios.

“For customers wanting to upgrade their aircraft we will do everything possible to meet their requirements” said, Philippe Rabier, Vice President Maintenance Sales, TAG Aviation Europe. “Our extended state-of-the art comprehensive suite of maintenance service capabilities and refurbishment solutions are further testament to our on-going commitment to the safety and satisfaction of our valued customers and to provide them with the best service at all times.” TAG Aviation provides maintenance and engineering services in six locations (Geneva, Sion, Farnborough, Paris, Lisbon and Lomé) and has certification to work on more than 60 types of aircraft. Its four core services are airframes, avionics, troubleshooting and ramp services, and it has 10 specialist workshops, with services such as painting, interior refurbishment and logistics. 



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