TAG Aviation adds G650 to UK AOC

Terry Spruce

TAG Aviation (UK) Ltd has added a Gulfstream G650 business jet to its UK AOC.

Following the successful completion of the AOC proving flight, TAG Aviation UK has now received full UK CAA approval to operate this ultra-long aircraft commercially.

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The granting of the AOC for the G650 type aircraft is the culmination of several months of dedicated planning and reaffirms the ability of TAG Aviation to operate the latest revolutionary business jets aircraft to the highest possible standards.

“TAG Aviation’s number one priority is the safety, security and the well-being of passengers at all times.”

Florent Sériès, vice president Aircraft Management and Charter Services, TAG Aviation Europe said: “TAG Aviation’s number one priority is the safety, security and the well-being of passengers at all times. Receiving full UK AOC approval means that we can look to now attract other Gulfstream G650 aircraft-type owners with a view to operate their aircraft under a management contract for charter when the aircraft is not being used by them. This has the added attraction of allowing aircraft owners the opportunity to offset some of the operational costs against their own personal flights.”

TAG Aviation now manages seven Gulfstream G650 aircraft, making it one of the world’s largest fleet. Globally, TAG Aviation manages a fleet of over 120 aircraft, with around 50 available for charter.

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