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Graham Williamson Leaves TAG Aviation to Embark Upon New Quest

  • Graham Williamson Leaves TAG Aviation to Embark Upon New Quest

Farnborough, 29th October 2018 - Graham Williamson, President of the Aircraft Management and Charter Division for TAG Aviation Europe, has made the decision to leave his position, effective end of October.

Mr Williamson has played a pivotal role in the development and success of TAG Aviation since he joined the organisation back in 2004 and has been catalyst to overseeing the delivery of many significant accomplishments throughout his fourteen years of dedicated service.

Commenting upon on Mr Williamson’s departure, Daniel Christe, CEO of TAG Aviation Europe said, “We cannot thank Graham enough for the dedication, passion, enthusiasm and motivation which he has brought to his role with TAG Aviation. He will be hugely missed by all the staff, Senior Management Team colleagues and fellow Board members. We will not forget Graham’s invaluable contribution and his inspired leadership and I would like to take this opportunity to wish him every success as his embarks upon an exciting new endeavor.”

In addressing fellow colleagues and staff members, Mr Williamson expressed his gratitude and good wishes to everyone at TAG Aviation saying, “I am very proud to have been part of the TAG family for the past fourteen years and I know that you will continue to set the standard for Business Aviation, well into the future. I may be embarking upon a new career challenge, but I will always hold the Spirit of TAG Aviation within my heart and continue to follow its core values of respect, excellence and integrity.”

In the coming weeks Carlos Gomez, Chief Operating Officer for TAG Aviation UK, will step up from his current position to assume the role of Managing Director and work in tangent with Mr Williamson to ensure a smooth and seamless transfer of responsibilities. Mr Gomez has led TAG Aviation’s Centres in both Spain and Asia and formed part of the leadership of TAG Aviation Europe for twelve years.

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