TAG AVIATION ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW CHARTER MANAGER FOR THE UK
TAG Aviation Europe has announced the appointment of Karl Mills as charter manager for the UK with immediate effect.
In his new role Karl will be responsible for providing direction, training and development to the UK-based Charter team whilst overseeing the ongoing expansion of charter opportunities.
Karl joined TAG Aviation Europe as a Charter Sales Executive in 2014 where most recently he held the position of Commercial Manager. Prior to joining TAG Aviation Karl spent over 4 years living in Geneva, Switzerland, working within the financial services sector in addition to undertaking other sales roles within the aviation industry.
Welcoming his new appointment, Karl said: “I am thrilled to have been appointed to the exciting role of Charter Manager where I aim to continue to strengthen our loyal direct client base and further reinforce our invaluable relationships with brokers and industry partners. TAG Aviation UK’s Charter division has enjoyed a record breaking performance over the past few years and I look forward to the challenge of driving its continued growth.”
Commenting, Andrew Hodgson, Director of Charter Europe, TAG Aviation, said: “I am very pleased that Karl has accepted the opportunity and challenge of leading the UK Charter Team. Following two years of significant growth we are now focused on creating a solid and sustainable platform from which to continue this success and I firmly believe that Karl brings all of the key attributes needed to achieve this. Through his experience, leadership style and passion for success, I am confident that the business will be stronger and well positioned for the future.”
TAG Aviation Charter services can accommodate any jet charter requirement anywhere in the world guaranteeing the right aircraft whenever the need to fly arises. Offering a charter solution to fit every exacting requirement, TAG’s charter team will help clients decide which aircraft is best suited to their needs, taking into account factors such the number of hours clients wish to fly, the operations base, the number of passengers, projected destinations and budget.