TAG Aviation has added four new aircraft to its European fleet so far this year. They include a Bombardier Global 7500, a Gulfstream 550 and two Embraer Phenom 300Es. The G7500 and G550 will be based in the UK and operated privately, while the Phenom 300Es will be available for charter with one based in Geneva and the other in Zurich.
“This fleet expansion highlights TAG's continuous growth in Europe and its strength in our two main European hubs, the UK and Switzerland. The Phenom 300Es also provide aircraft to the charter marketplace and demonstrate our abilities not only with heavy jets, which remains TAG's primary focus, but also with light jets,” says Karl Mills, CCO, TAG Aviation Europe.
In line with this growth and its commitment to excellence across the board, TAG has recently appointed Leon Software to upgrade its operating systems. Leon's innovative software provides a flexible solution for scheduling, quoting and workflow management, allowing for the efficient tracking of crew and schedule changes, as well as acting as a central source of operational information across all sites. The software is particularly valuable for corporate flight departments and management companies in their aircraft scheduling. This partnership will allow TAG Aviation to leverage the power of Leon's software to enhance operational efficiency still further, improve services, and elevate its world-renowned client experience.
“The collaboration between TAG Aviation and Leon Software represents an exciting new chapter for TAG, and we look forward to seeing the positive impact it will have on our customer experience. TAG's mission to deliver unparalleled service in the sky and on the ground aligns perfectly with Leon's aim to provide businesses with the best possible operations software, so this partnership is a natural fit. EBACE 23 will be the perfect location for us to showcase these important developments and to demonstrate TAG's influential presence not only in Europe but globally,” comments Joanne Goodall, CEO TAG Aviation Europe.