TAG Aviation expands MRO capabilities in Asia

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Singapore SA2024TAG Aviation announced it has obtained OTAR-145 approval from the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) for its maintenance stations in Hong Kong, Macau, and Subang, Malaysia.

The new approval authorises TAG Aviation to perform maintenance, repair, and overhaul services on Bombardier Global Express/5000/6000/6500/7500 aircraft, Dassault Falcon 7X/8X aircraft, and Gulfstream G450/550/600/650 aircraft registered in Bermuda.

As demand has grown for maintenance services on Bermuda-registered aircraft operating throughout Asia, TAG Aviation sought the BCAA approval to better serve customers in the region. The approval recognizes TAG Aviation’s high technical and safety standards and expands the network of bases able to support Bermuda-registered aircraft.

“We’ve noticed an uptick in transit traffic and upcoming aircraft deliveries in Asia among Bermuda-registered operators,” said Phil Balmer, Director of Maintenance for TAG Aviation. “Obtaining this approval demonstrates our commitment to adapt our services based on changing customer needs in the marketplace.”

TAG Aviation has provided comprehensive maintenance support under EASA and Hong Kong CAD Part-145 certifications for over a decade. The company also holds Bombardier ASF and Dassault ASC authorisations in Hong Kong and Macau.

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