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Crew briefing facility opens at Tallinn
The third of five planned crew briefing rooms has been opened by FCG Ops in Estonia's capital airport. Crews can enjoy comfortable seating while working or taking a snack.
FCG OPS has opened a crew briefing facility at Tallinn airport.
Read this story in our May 2019 printed issue.

FCG Ops, part of the aviation holding company Flight Consulting Group, has opened a briefing facility for business aviation crews at Tallinn International airport. This is the third such space created by the company; two crew briefing rooms are already open at the FBO Riga business aviation centre. The crew room in Tallinn includes a comfortable seating area with armchairs, a workspace with a computer and a printer, free wi-fi and a kitchenette.

“We continue improving services for our customers and making investments in creating comfortable environments for crew flight preparation at the airports where we are present,” comments an FCG Ops spokesperson. “The new briefing room at Tallinn airport is a part of this initiative. We plan to increase the number of branded crew rooms to five during the year. The loyalty of airlines and operators confirms that we are moving forward in the right direction.”

FCG Ops is not only an aviation dispatch centre located in Riga, but also a business aviation ground handling agent. Tallinn airport is one of 34 airports where the company provides ground handling services and has its own ramp agents. In 2018, the number of business aviation flights handled there by FCG Ops increased by 35 per cent.

Since 2018, FCG Ops has been also providing ground handling services in the Balkan region's airports. The company plans further expansion into new markets.