Bombardier Global 6000 aircraft joins TAG Aviation Malta’s managed fleet
TAG Malta is pleased to announce the addition of a high speed Global* 6000 aircraft to its growing charter fleet, affording clients greater flexibility in their choice of aircraft and cost-effective executive travel to worldwide destinations.
Bombardier’s prized Global* 6000 aircraft is revered as an advanced long-range private jet, boasting the widest and most spacious cabin in its class while providing an exceptionally smooth ride due to its flexible wing. Perfectly balancing comfort with speed and range, its innovative avionics and transatlantic capabilities have fast made it a firm favourite with business executives and discerning travellers who traverse the globe.
“We are delighted to welcome a Bombardier Global* 6000 into TAG Malta’s managed fleet which marks the fortieth Global family aircraft to be operated by TAG in its recent history. The aircraft is immediately available and will be fully dedicated to charter without the need for the owner’s prior release,” said Florent Sériès, Vice President Sales and Marketing, TAG Aviation Europe.
Following a flourishing and exciting twenty-four months of operations, TAG Malta recently celebrated its second anniversary. The managed fleet now comprises 10 aircraft on the AOC, including 4 Bombardier Global aircraft and recently added Challenger 350 and Falcon 7X, providing customers with seamless luxurious state-of-the-art travel.
“We are very pleased with the continuous development of our Maltese AOC that is helped largely by the great relationship we have established with the Maltese Aviation authorities,” added Florent Sériès, Vice President Sales and Marketing, TAG Aviation Europe.
Customers interested in booking tailored executive charters on board the Bombardier Global* 6000 aircraft should contact TAG Aviation Charter Services for full details of availability and charter prices.
* Global, Global 6000 and Challenger 350 are registered or unregistered trademark of Bombardier Inc. and/or its subsidiaries.