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TAG inducts Falcon 2000LXS onto popular Malta AOC
TAG Aviation has three AOCs, but one is performing particularly well. The company has already seen nine aircraft join the Maltese certificate since it formed a year ago, and the latest is a managed Falcon 2000LXS.
The 2000LXS has a ten-place passenger cabin.
Read this story in our December 2018 printed issue.

TAG Malta has added a Falcon 2000LXS to its managed fleet. The jet will be based between Geneva and Cairo and is fully available for charter.

“We are delighted to welcome the versatile Dassault Falcon 2000LXS to our charter fleet, which will open up exciting opportunities for TAG Malta,” says VP of sales and marketing for TAG Aviation Europe Florent Sériès. “This super midsize twinjet is the third factory-new aircraft to join our Maltese AOC this year and is another example of our ongoing commitment to meet the private aviation needs of our customers.”

The 2000LXS can accommodate up to 10 passengers and has a range of 4,000 nm. It is equipped with high-mach blended winglets and full wi-fi connectivity.

“It is a great addition to our fleet as we were light on large aircraft in Geneva," continues Sériès. "It also offers an interesting option for our charter clients in the Middle East. With a range of around 7.5 hours of flight, the aircraft is ideal for trips between Europe and the Middle East, Africa, CIS countries and the east coast of the US.

“This year we celebrated our first anniversary and moved to new offices. Since we have been granted the AOC in Malta, we have put nine aircraft onto it. We will continue to grow our managed fleet across all three AOCs but at the moment the Maltese one seems to be corresponding better to our clients' requirements."

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