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TAG Aviation’s LeBourget Maintenance Service Centre Receives BombardierBusines Aircraft ASF Award

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

TAG Aviation’s Maintenance Services Centre at Le Bourget Airport in Paris, France, has received the Bombardier Business Aircraft Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award for ‘Line Maintenance’ for the second successive year. 
The Bombardier Business Aircraft ASF Excellence Awards are presented annually to Bombardier Business Aircraft ASFs that deliver the best performance across a set of thirteen key elements which includes quality assurance, technical compliance and customer influence. 

The coveted award was received on behalf of TAG Aviation by Guillaume Blache, TAG Aviation’s Le Bourget Line Station Manager at this year’s 6th annual Bombardier Business Aircraft ASF Excellence Awards ceremony, which was held on 2nd November at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. 
“We are delighted that our line maintenance facility at Paris-Le Bourget has once again received this esteemed industry recognition”, said Guillaume Blache, Le Bourget Line Station Manager. “The Award is testament to our hard working on site maintenance team who are available at all times to provide excellent and superior maintenance support.  Our clients know that they can rely on our customer services support team who always provide the very highest levels of service with a ‘whatever it takes’ attitude and work tirelessly to consistently meet and exceed customer expectations.” 
“TAG Aviation Le Bourget is an important maintenance centre within our network and is one of the most popular and widely used private airports for business jet aviation in Europe”, said Franck Madignier, President Maintenance and FBO Services, TAG Aviation Europe. “As an authorized maintenance facility for Bombardier business jets, TAG Aviation Le Bourget provides line maintenance support for Bombardier operators.” 

“Bombardier Business Aircraft is committed to offering our customers the highest level of service and support”, said Jean-Christophe Gallagher, Vice President and General Manager, Customer Experience, Bombardier Business Aircraft.  “We congratulate TAG Aviation on this award and are grateful for their shared commitment to offering our customers an exceptional customer experience.” 
TAG’s Le Bourget Maintenance Services Centre is an authorized Line Maintenance facility for Bombardier business jets and is the only ASF at Le Bourget. Offering comprehensive maintenance services for Bombardier business aircraft, TAG Aviation Le Bourget is located in one of the busiest and most important business aviation airports in Europe. 



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