Broker notches up airport no. 4,000

Air Charter Service has landed at its 4,000th airport since 2013 with a passenger flight to Cobar Regional in New South Wales, Australia. ACS chairman Chris Leach commented: “Since the beginning of 2013, we have chartered aircraft into or out of 4,027 IATA or ICAO recognised airports, along with thousands more dirt runways, ice runways, non-designated airfields, helipads and even water landings.” He estimates that if non-designated landing places are included, the ... [+]

ACS opens up in Bangkok

ACS opens up in Bangkok Air Charter Service has opened a new office in Bangkok,  with Steve Fernandez, formerly head of the company’s Hong Kong office, moving to Thailand to spearhead the operation. Many manufacturing businesses have moved to Thailand from China, due to rising costs.  Fernandez said: “It is ... [+]

Joseph Tam to head up Greater China cargo for ACS

Air Charter Service has promoted Hong Kong-based Joseph Tam to cargo director of its new Greater China region.James Royds-Jones, recently appointed as regional director for Greater China, commented: “Joseph has been with ACS for more than 12 years now – his experience in the region is unparalleled and he truly ... [+]

Air Charter Service opens in New Delhi

Air Charter Service has opened an office in New Delhi, its second office in India and 33rd globally. The company opened its Mumbai office almost 12 years ago and last year enjoyed one of its best years in terms of charter numbers in India. The new office is headed by ... [+]

ACS to the rescue of rhinos

Air Charter Service was called into action by non-profit conservation organisation African Parks to help relocate 16 Southern White Rhino from South Africa to Garamba National Park, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).The last Northern White Rhino was poached in the DRC in 2006 but Garamba is now ... [+]

ACS speeds aid to stricken Libya

Air broker Air Charter Service has been working around the clock to arrange aid charters to Libya following the catastrophic floods in the country. By 21 September it had already chartered aircraft carrying over 500 tons to the country, with more to follow in the coming days. Director for government and humanitarian ... [+]

We have lift-off, says ACS Houston

Air Charter Service has moved its Houston office to larger premises to accommodate growth plans in Texas.ACS Houston chief executive, Dustin Roades, commented: “Last year was ACS Houston’s best, in terms of both charter numbers and revenue. On the back of what we achieved in 2022, we started looking to ... [+]

To the rescue in Guam

Broker Air Charter Service has arranged the transport of over 500 tonnes of relief goods to Guam in the wake of Typhoon Mawar, which hit the region in late May.Director for Government & Humanitarian Services, Ben Dinsdale,  said: “Following the significant damage suffered from the powerful storm we were asked ... [+]

It’s great to be back at ACS says Alfie Arrowsmith

Air Charter Service has appointed Alfie Arrowsmith as regional vice president of cargo for North America.He joined ACS’s South African operation in 2010, before moving to another established charter broker in the country moving, in 2015 to Miami. He has now joined Air Charter Service for the second time and ... [+]

ACS opens in Mexico City

Air Charter Service has opened a new office in Mexico City, its 12th in the Americas and 30th in total. It is headed by Marco Circosta, who joined ACS nine years ago, and has worked in multiple ACS offices around the world, along with focussing on the Mexican market for ... [+]

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