The ACA receives record number of new member applications at EBACE 2022


After a three year break, The Air Charter Association returned to EBACE in Geneva.

During the three-day exhibition the Association received a record number of new applications and interest in membership.  

Kevin Ducksbury, chairman, The ACA said, “It was fantastic to return to EBACE after a three-year break and see so many of our members and industry colleagues at the show. Our booth welcomed a constant stream of visitors, from members old and new.”

Many prospective members cited interest in joining not only because of the Association’s renowned networking events, but also the work the association has undertaken to protect the interest of its members against illegal charter, lobbying in the light of regulatory changes in Europe, and the Broker Qualification training that the Association provides.

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