TAG Cadet Begins Type Rating Training
The latest member of TAG’s Trained Pilot Scheme will gain her first type rating on a Gulfstream G650 in December.
Angel Wun, a member of TAG’s in-house pilot training programme, will start her G650 type rating at CAE Singapore.
Established in 2015, TAG’s Trained Pilot Scheme sponsors TAG employees to become a pilot, from no flying experience up to achieving a full type rating on a business jet.
Wun has been instructing at TAG’s sister company, Flight Training Adelaide (FTA) since 2019; finishing as a grade two instructor with instrument and multi-engine training approval. Wun was awarded the Sir Donald Anderson Award in 2022 with her CASA ATPL results.
“I shall always be extremely grateful and honoured for the opportunity and resources TAG has given me to fly as an instructor, obtaining both CASA ATPL and FAA ATP theory and now the type rating on a G650. I want to thank TAG for their dedication and nurturing me as a cadet pilot,” said Wun.
Steven Young, president, TAG Aviation, said: “I am extremely proud and pleased for Angel as she returns from her training and instructing at FTA to fly for TAG. This initiative continues TAG’s theme of aviation heritage and to highlight that we are true and professional aviators.”
Wun will be the third cadet to become a pilot for TAG, following Tinny Tse and Lawrence Lau, who are both type rated on a Bombardier Global 6000 and are currently flying on the TAG fleet.