Broker Air Charter Service is bringing back its guaranteed capped-rate jet card in Europe after an 18-month hiatus
Air Charter Service is adding back its guaranteed availability, capped rate jet card product in Europe as it plans to continue its global expansion with measured, profitable growth.
U.K.-broker Air Charter service is seeing robust demand from its France customers for private jet charters
Air Charter Service’s France division is seeing a big boost for both private jet charters and group private charter flights.
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.
The private jet charter broker analyzed aircraft fuel burn rates and route distances for 8,000 of its flights over the past two years, compared to the selling price of each charter
U.K.-based Air Charter Service, which offers fixed-rate, guaranteed availability for both the U.S. and Europe, is revamping its carbon offset strategy.
The new program started the beginning of the month for all its private jet flights. On March 1 it will be available for commercial airliner charters.