Air Charter Service opens new office in Australia


Aircraft charter company, Air Charter Service, has pledged to invest further in Australia as it announces the opening of a new office in Brisbane.

Paul Crook, CEO of ACS Australia said, “We have been looking to invest further in the country after such a successful first six years for our Sydney operation. It was clear that Brisbane would be the focus, as we already have a strong client base there. This new office will help to serve those clients even better and we have brought in a strong management team, with huge amounts of experience to lead the office.

“We have been very fortunate to appoint the experienced Melissa Rogers, who will be director, ably assisted by Matthew Haigh as assistant director. Between the pair they have extensive experience in the industry are well-respected by clients and airlines alike.”

Melissa Rogers said, “I’m delighted to be heading up this new office – we have a lot of plans to expand our business in the region and I’m looking forward to getting started.”

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