Air Charter Service breaks the 10,000 mark for charter contracts


Air Charter Service (ACS) broke its all-time charter record in 2015 when it arranged more than 10,000 charter contracts for the first time in its history.

Justin Bowman, CEO of ACS, said, “It is a testament to our global strategy and growth that 12 years ago we arranged fewer than 1,000 and now we are booking more than 10 times that amount.

“We have added 18 offices in that time, but this figure just proves that we were right to do so, as the business was clearly out there and we have increased our market share year-on-year.

“We broke our monthly record five times in the space of six months over the spring and summer last year, including two consecutive months of more than 1,000 charters.”

In total, Air Charter Service arranged 10,237 charter contracts in 2015, an average of just over 28 every day of the year. ACS’s diversification strategy last year included a newly revamped On Board Courier (OBC) division, as well as the formation of Aircraft Sales and Aircraft Leasing teams.

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