Jet Aviation's four FBOs in North America in Bedford/Boston, Dallas, Palm Beach, and Teterboro were recently named preferred maintenance service centers for TAG Aviation USA. The agreement allows Jet Aviation to perform heavy maintenance, refurbishment, avionics, scheduled line and base maintenance, modifications, and engine repair, cleaning as well as painting services on aircraft operated by TAG Aviation.
"Our U.S. locations are well established, highly regarded maintenance facilities and we are pleased to expand our relationship with TAG Aviation. TAG's standards for safety and operational reliability are exacting, and required our maintenance staff to undergo supplemental training. We are pleased and proud that TAG selected Jet Aviation to provide this level of comprehensive maintenance support," stated Gary Dempsey, senior vice president aircraft maintenance & OEM development.
"Our success is based on our commitment to providing the highest quality services, with customer satisfaction and safety our number one priority," commented Len Dalton, vice president maintenance operations and standards for TAG Aviation. Mr. Dalton added, "The exacting process by which we examined and authorized Jet Aviation to be TAG preferred maintenance service centers ensures that we will maintain those standards for our owners. At Jet Aviation, TAG is guaranteed to receive the latest in technology, advanced avionics and cabin services."
TAG Aviation operates one of the world's largest fleets of corporate aircraft, with more than 100 aircraft at more than 50 locations. TAG provides personal air travel solutions via aircraft management, acquisition and sales, and charter.
Jet Aviation was founded in Switzerland in 1967 and is the leading business aviation service company today. More than 3,500 personnel are employed in over 60 facilities and stations worldwide. The company provides maintenance, completions and engineering services, fixed base operations, along with aircraft sales, charter, and management on a global basis. Jet Aviation's U.S. and European aircraft management and charter divisions jointly operate a fleet of more than 160 aircraft and provided close to 60,000 hours in global flight operations in 2004. For more information visit www.jetaviation.com.