Best Of The Best 2006: All Systems Go

TAG Aviation, Cessna’s joint-venture partner in the CitationShares fractional-ownership program, also offers charter services, with more than 100 aircraft at over 50 locations throughout the world. And late last year it introduced a jet card, providing a complete one-stop-shop approach to jet aviation.

With the TAG Aviation JetCard, customers may purchase charter services in increments of $100,000, $250,000, or $500,000 on jets arranged through the TAG affiliate AMI Jet Charter and TAG’s other vendors. Prices range from $2,900 per hour for a round trip on a light seven-passenger jet such as a Citation Bravo to $9,730 per hour for a large jet such as a Falcon 900. Additional costs include excise taxes, fuel surcharges, flight phone charges, and catering. TAG will provide a plane within 12 hours of notification. All operators undergo regular independent safety audits by Wyvern and ARG/US.

TAG Aviation USA
800.331.1930
www.tagaviation.com

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