Private jet and cargo charter broker Air Charter Service adds its ninth U.S. office in the nation’s capital
Air Charter Service expands its North American operations with a new Washington D.C. office.
The location will serve the Virginia and Delaware regions as well as the capital.
Joel Fenn has been appointed as CEO of the new office, which is the company’s ninth in the United States.
Fenn was most recently office CEO of ACS’s Miami operation.
“We have always had a strong customer base here in the capital, and we were fortunate enough to have a couple of extremely successful years across our U.S. offices, despite the pandemic, and felt that now was the right time to open our office here,” Fenn says.
Fenn started his ACS career in 2005 in the company’s London headquarters, where he worked his way up to the position of Private Jets Director before taking on the same role in the Hong Kong office.
He then moved to Miami in 2015, taking the reins when ACS opened its Florida office in the city.
ACS CEO Justin Bowman says, “Obviously, D.C. and the surrounding region are key to our US growth plans and we’re very excited to open an office here.”
The U.K.-based broker clocked $1.8 billion in sales for its last full financial year.
In addition to jet cards and on-demand charter, ACS is a major player in the cargo charter market.
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