Driven by cargo, Air Charter Service hit the $1 billion sales mark last year. Now it sees opportunity to boost its U.S. jet card sales
Sometimes, less change is better. That’s the thinking at Air Charter Service as it seeks to grow its U.S. jet card business.
U.K. charter broker Air Charter Service (ACS) revenues spiked 86% in its latest financial year, breaking the billion-dollar mark for the first time
U.K.-based jet card and on-demand charter broker Air Charter Service Group (ACS) saw its revenues grow from GBP 476,741 to GBP 886,638. The results reflect its fiscal year that ended on Jan. 31, 2021. At the current exchange rate, that’s $1.2 billion in top-line revenues.
Despite the pandemic in 2020, Air Charter Service’s Geneva office set a record booking over 500 flights and recording a turnover of more than CHF36 million
U.K.-based Air Charter Service said it has more than tripled its office space in Geneva to facilitate future growth of the company in Switzerland after a strong year.
Private jet card and on-demand charter broker ACS expects a rebound of business travel, more bookings from travel agents, and instability for the private aviation sector
Air Charter Service has 27 worldwide offices, spanning all six major continents arranging private jet, commercial airliner, and cargo aircraft charters and onboard courier solutions arranging over 23,000 charter flights in a typical year. Recently, Andy Christie, group private jet director, shared his view on the private jet travel outlook in 2021. Below are some highlights.