TAG Maintenance Services has been rebranded as Dassault Aviation Business Services (DABS), effective today, the France-based OEM announced. Despite the name change, the company said it is “reconfirming its commitment” to supporting business aircraft manufactured by competing OEMs.
“Customers will see a new name, but the commitment to applying advanced technology and the ultimate in service quality will remain the same as ever,” said DABS president Franck Madignier. “In fact, since the acquisition by Dassault, we have invested heavily to expand to new locations, upgrade facilities, and, as always, stay at the leading edge of the MRO business.”
Dassault acquired TAG Aviation's MRO operations in 2019 and renamed it TAG Maintenance Services. The division later expanded to include the business jet MRO operations of Ruag in Switzerland that Dassault purchased.
DABS offers full-service operations in Geneva and in Farnborough, England, as well as facilities in Basel, Lugano, and Sion, Switzerland; Paris Le Bourget; Lisbon, Portugal; London Luton; and Luanda, Angola. The unit of Dassault also operates an FBO with locations on the north and south aprons of Geneva International Airport.