TAG Farnborough Airport highlights growing importance of the Middle East at MEBA

11th December 2012 by TAG Farnborough Airport

TAG Farnborough Airport, Europe’s leading business aviation airport, is outlining the growing significance of the Middle East business aviation market at the Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) event in Dubai, 11-13 December 2012.

The airport, which is located 40 miles from central London, has reported a significant increase in the number of movements to and from the Middle East in recent years.

“The Middle East continues to be an important market and we value our customers in the region,” said Brandon O’Reilly, TAG Farnborough Airport CEO. “As the only airport in the UK dedicated to business aviation, we are able to offer bespoke service and cutting-edge business amenities in a facility that has been purpose-built to ensure privacy, ease of access and a seamless travel experience.”

TAG Farnborough has invested more than £100 million over the past 10 years in state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure in its bid to set a new global standard for business aviation airports.

The airport, which was named ‘International FBO of the Year’ by readers of Aviation International News (AIN) magazine in 2012 for the sixth consecutive year, features a state-of-the-art terminal, control tower and more than 240,000 sq ft of hangarage space and office accommodation.

It also offers a wide range of amenities including concierge service, direct ramp access for customers wanting to drive up to waiting jets, a crew room with ‘snooze’ facilities, The Aviator hotel (also part of the TAG Group) located on-site as well as aircraft maintenance and servicing from TAG Farnborough Engineering.

TAG Farnborough Airport Airspace Change Proposal – update

3rd December 2012 by TAG Farnborough Airport

 

Recent activities 

Initial meeting with key aviation stakeholder Lasham Airfield held on 29 November 2012.

Planning and preparation carried out for one-day pilot workshop at TAG Farnborough Airport on 4 December 2012.

Technical and theoretical work carried out relating to possible designs of precision approach and departure procedures.

 

Planned activities: December 2012

One-day pilot workshop at TAG Farnborough Airport on 4 December 2012. The workshop is designed to gain an understanding of the requirements of operators who fly in and out of TAG Farnborough and other airports in the region.

Feedback from initial key stakeholder meetings to be analysed and fed into the early design process.

Organise follow-up meetings with key stakeholders and initial meetings with other stakeholders to take place over the coming months.

 

TAG Farnborough Airport hosts Tasty Bake and Buy sale for local charity

26th November 2012 by TAG Farnborough Airport

TAG Farnborough Airport held a ‘Tasty Bake and Buy’ sale on Friday 23 November 2012, helping to raise £247.65 for the Vine Centre in Aldershot.

Employees from across the airport site brought home-baked cakes ranging from Victoria Sponges to Mocha Cakes to sell at the Apron Café over the day with all proceeds going to the Vine Centre, a charity that supports homeless and vulnerable people in Rushmoor and is the only provision of its kind in the area.

The event was organised by Katy Marlow, Office Co-ordinator, in support of the airport’s work with the Community Matters partnership, which has selected the Vine Centre as its chosen charity for 2012.

“The day was a great success and I would like to thank everyone who baked, bought and ate the fantastic cakes we had on sale.  We were pleased to raise this amount in only one day,” said Marlow.

For more information about the Vine Centre or to make a donation visit http://new.thebiggive.org.uk/charity/view/8534

TAG Farnborough Airport Airspace Change Proposal – Update

5th November 2012 by TAG Farnborough Airport

 

Recent activities

Meetings held in October with key aviation stakeholders RAF Odiham, Fairoaks Airport and Blackbushe Airport to gain an understanding of their airspace requirements.

 

Planned activities: November 2012

A further stakeholder meeting is planned with Lasham Airfield.

Planning and preparation for one-day pilot workshop in December (date TBC) at TAG Farnborough

TAG Farnborough Airport positioned for the future

30th October 2012 by TAG Farnborough Airport

₤100 million investment over 10 years

At the NBAA Annual Meeting and Convention in Orlando, 30 October –1 November 2012, TAG Farnborough Airport will promote how it is setting a new global standard for business aviation airports following the completion of 10 years’ infrastructure development.

Located 40 miles from central London, the airport has invested more than £100 million in state-of-the-art facilities in its bid to become what Brandon O’Reilly, TAG Farnborough Airport CEO, describes as “the world’s leading business aviation gateway”.

“As the only airport in the UK dedicated to business aviation, we have created an environment which is purpose-built for the unique requirements of our customers,” said O’Reilly.  “Our facilities have been designed to ensure privacy, ease of access and cutting-edge business services.”

TAG Farnborough Airport, which has been named ‘International FBO of the Year’ by readers of Aviation International News (AIN) magazine for six consecutive years, now features a state-of-the-art terminal, control tower and more than 240,000 sq ft of hangarage space and office accommodation.

The airport also offers a wide range of amenities including concierge service, direct ramp access for customers wanting to drive up to waiting jets, a crew room with ‘snooze’ facilities, The Aviator hotel (also part of the TAG Group) located on-site as well as aircraft maintenance and servicing from TAG Farnborough Engineering.

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Head of Press

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pressoffice@tagfarnborough.com

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