12 OCTOBER 2015
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Geneva-based TAG Aviation has published details of its bespoke Boeing jet used by the Four Seasons Private Jet Experience. (See BTN 27 April)
The 757-200, with a normal capacity of up to 233 passengers, now has just 52 flatbed leather seats by Italian designer Iacobucci and hand-woven woollen carpeting – all designed to offer guests a new level of luxury on board. Amenities include on-board wi-fi and complimentary iPads at each seat with access to a wide selection of inflight entertainment. A specially-trained experienced team crews the aircraft providing guests with highly-personalised service during the flights.
The exterior has been painted with a distinctive high-gloss black finish by Norwich-based company Air Livery. "This bespoke 757 is very different from any other in the world", said Graham Williamson, President Aircraft Management and Charter Services, TAG Aviation Europe. "At TAG Aviation, our focus is to provide clients with bespoke products and services. Working closely with TCS World Travel and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has enabled us to deliver this new aircraft tailored to meet their guests’ specific needs and create a unique on-board experience."
In the UK, TAG’s best known base is the private jet centre at Farnborough, on the opposite side of the runway to the air show site. www.tagaviation.com
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Tim Brooksbank, Bradford, UK
That's remarkably similar to the EOS configuration which I used tor fly on regularly until EOS folded.