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TAG grows fleet with a G650ER in Singapore
This latest aircraft brings TAG's global fleet of G650ERs to 12. It will be based in Singapore but will not be available for charter.
The G650ER is a private jet, not on the charter market.

TAG Aviation welcomed a new G650ER aircraft to its managed fleet in Singapore on 21 February, further enhancing its presence in the Asian market. This new addition grows the fleet of G650ERs to 12 globally.

The G650ER is renowned for its exceptional performance, luxurious comfort and long-range capabilities, effortlessly connecting Singapore to locations worldwide. While this particular aircraft is not available for charter, TAG has three more G650ER in Singapore and Malaysia that are.

"Singapore, as a global financial hub and a popular destination for business and leisure travellers, provides an ideal strategic location for TAG Aviation to serve its esteemed clientele," says commercial director Asia Simon Bambridge. "This aircraft not only enhances our capabilities but also allows us to offer our clients an unparalleled travel experience. We are thrilled to expand our presence in Asia and provide seamless, luxurious and efficient air travel solutions to our valued customers."

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