Tarmac Aero SCHOOL

The Tarmac Aero School aims to train our future pilots.

Located on 2 strategic platforms, EBCI - Charleroi Brussels South and LFPN - Toussus-Le-Noble.
We call on 2 world-renowned schools (Belgian Flight School BFS and AstonFly) to train our pilots on our own fleet and on the fleet of our partners.

We train our pilots from PPL (Private Pilot) to ATPL (Airline Pilot License).

For the start of training, from SEP to IR MEP, we use the following aircrafts :
Cessna 152 (BFS)
Cessna 172 Skyhawk (BFS - AstonFly)
Cessna 182 Skyline (BFS)
Cirrus SR22 (AstonFly)
Diamond DA42 (BFS - AstonFly)
Piper Seneca V (BFS)

For the rest of the training from CPL to ATPL, our students continue training on our aircraft currently in operations.
From the Cessna 208, through the TBM930, the Beech 350, our business jets and our regular liners.

The school is currently under the direction of TMC110 - Cédric.

Tarmac Aero REGIONAL and LINERS

The REGIONAL and LINERS department aims to transport people on short or long haul flights.

We operate mainly from France, we cover the majority of the globe and have HUBs spread over the different platforms listed above:
LFPG - Paris Paris Charles de Gaulle
LFPO - Paris Paris Orly
LFPB - Paris Le Bourget
LFBO - Toulouse Blagnac
HUB Grand Ouest - LFRS LFRN LFRB
EBBR - Brussels
FMEE - St Denis
TFFR - Pointe-A-Pitre
NTAA - Tahiti I
FAOR - Johannesbourg
PHNL - Honolulu
KJFK - International Airport John F. Kennedy
EBCI - Tarmac Flying School - Charleroi Brussels South
LFPN - Tarmac Flying School - Toussus-Le-Noble

The department is currently under the direction of TMC4526 - Eric and TMC118 - Bastien.

This department does not operate CARGO flights.

Tarmac Aero CARGO

The "Tamac Aero Cargo" Department aims to organize freight transport from and / or to the various HUBS available to the company worldwide ...

We use the same HUBs as our REGIONAL and LINERS department

The cargo fleet is currently composed of:
A310-300F - Cargo
Antonov AN-225 Mriya - Cargo
A300 Beluga A3ST
Boeing 747-400 - Cargo
Boeing 747-800 Cargo
Boeing 757-200 PF Cargo
Boeing 767-300 Cargo
Boeing 777-200 Cargo
Mc Donnell Douglas C17

The department is currently under the direction of TMC021 - Michel.

This department only operates CARGO flights.

Tarmac Aero HELICO'S

The Hélicos department operates specific flights and missions. From passenger transport, to medical transport and more technical and specific missions.

This department is being deployed. More information soon.

The department is currently under the direction of TMC044 - Daniel.

Tarmac Aero BUSH

The BUSH department aims to transport people and goods in non-exploitable land for conventional aircrafts.
We operate passenger, cargo and medical flights in rough terrain.

Our department is currently only in service in South Africa and at Rand Airport - FAGM (15km southwest of FAOR - Johannesburg).

We operate 4 aircrafts :
1 Cessna 208 Grand Caravan (with loading pod)
1 Cessna 208 Grand Caravan (without pod)
1 TBM 930
1 King Air 350i

The department is currently under the direction of TMC110 - Cédric.

Tarmac Aero VIP

The "Tamac Aero VIP & VVIP" Department aims to organize the transport of personalities, business leaders or wealthy clients from and / or to all airports, accessible to our VIP fleet, around the globe.

The VIP & VVIP fleet is currently composed of:
TBM-930
Pilatus PC-12
Beech King Air 350
Cessna Citation Mustang
Cessna Citation X+
Cessna Citation Longitude
Embraer 135BJ Legacy 650

The department is currently under the direction of TMC118 - Bastien.

Tarmac Aero Humanit'Air

The "Tamac Aero Humanit'Air" department manages transport for various NGOs, associations, requests for assistance from various governments and military authorities, around the globe.

All our aircraft and helicopters can be used within the framework of the missions of the departments

The department is currently under the direction of TMC110 - Cédric.

Total flights

324

96 flights this month

Total miles flown

206,792

77,873 miles this month

Total hours

23,599

249 hours this month

Total pilots

11

7 active this month