The broker of jet cards and on-demand charter is expanding its Russian presence
Air Charter Service, which has 25 offices worldwide, and sells on-demand charter and jet cards in the U.S. and Europe, said it has expanded its presence in Russia, moving into new offices in Moscow with nearly double the space as its previous presence.
Air Charter Service has appointed the industry veteran Richard Carrick as a non-executive director to the company’s group board. The U.K.-based charter broker offers capped rate jet cards in both the U.S. and Europe as well as custom jet cards tailored to an individual’s specific flying needs.
The company recently launched capped rate jet cards in Europe and the U.S. and also offers a custom jet card product
Air Charter Service says it has marked a decade of operations in Hong Kong with a big party. Justin Bowman, ACS Group CEO, and Justin Lancaster, ACS Group Commercial Director, both flew out to Asia to help get the celebrations underway. Also invited were board members from the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA), including its CEO, Mike Walsh, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
Air Charter Service has been awarded Best Charter Broker at the annual Icons of Aviation gala awards ceremony organized by the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA). The event was held at the Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong. ACS’s Director of Private Jets Asia, James Royds-Jones, collected the award on behalf of the company. He said, “Thank you to all our suppliers and industry peers for taking the time to vote for us as Asia’s best aircraft charter broker. This year we celebrate 10 years in Asia, and this award is a nice birthday present! It is a tremendous credit to our team for their hard work this year. Once again, thank you to everyone who voted for us.”
Jet card and on-demand charter broker Air Charter Service says the move comes as it looks to the next stage of its expansion
Following the launch of its Empyrean Jet Card recently, Air Charter Service said it has snagged former PrivateFly chairman George Rolls to serve as director, private jets. Speaking on the announcement, ACS’s CEO, Justin Bowman, said, “We are looking towards facilitating the next five years of growth – to do this we will be expanding not only our global network but also managing significant investment in technology and, potentially, new acquisitions of complementary businesses. George’s profile, contacts and extensive understanding of our industry will greatly enhance our experienced team.”