05/10/2016 TAG AVIATION’S PART-NCC COMPLIANCE SOLUTION A ONE-STOP CHOICE FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS

TAG AVIATION’S PART-NCC COMPLIANCE SOLUTION A ONE-STOP CHOICE FOR OWNERS AND OPERATORS

TAG Aviation’s Part-NCC Compliance Programme which was developed to help ease the transition for business jet owners and operators in the EU ahead of EASA’s Part-NCC regulations, which came into force this August, has already successfully managed the mandate NCC declaration process for 16 clients’ aircraft.

TAG’s easily implemented offering helps release private operators from the complexity and personal liability of EASA’s recently enforced operating regulations, whilst maintaining the flexibility of the operation.

By engaging TAG Aviation, aircraft owners can delegate their operational responsibility and accountability to one of the world’s leading Business Aviation Companies and experience a seemless transition to Part-NCC with no lengthy delays, disruption or change to their day to day schedules.

“If an aircraft is not operated by an established operator with the necessary infrastructure and systems in place, legal responsibility for the safe and proper operation of the aircraft defaults to the owner who must ensure that the aircraft is now operated to the required Part-NCC standards” said Graham Williamson, President Aircraft Management and Charter Services, TAG Aviation Europe. “TAG’s unique proposition provides owners with the complete piece of mind that their aircraft will continue to be operated to the highest standards of safety and airworthiness, whilst meeting the regulatory requirements of the European law and of the State of Registry.”

TAG Aviation’s customer-focused Part-NCC solution provides comprehensive support to owners and operators including the efficient provision of organisational structure, operating procedures and manuals, the incorporation of the operation into TAG’s safety management system, the provision of required compliance monitoring functions, supervision of crew training and records, aircraft and equipment auditing, including minimum equipage, maintenance of continuing airworthiness standards and the supervision and support for current personnel and the establishment of responsibility.