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MEBA2012: UK airport looks for even more Middle East business

Posted 12 December 2012 · Add Comment

Having witnessed a considerable increase in the number of movements between the UK and the Middle East in recent years, TAG Farnborough Airport (stand 475) is at MEBA this week to outline the growing significance of the region's business aviation market.

TAG FarnboroughThe 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, located 40 miles from central London, has invested more than £100 million over the past 10 years in facilities and infrastructure in its bid to set a new global standard for business aviation airports.  
 
The airport features a state-of-the-art terminal, control tower and more than 240,000sqft 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.

 

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