Air Charter Service adds Shanghai office

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The U.K.-based broker has fixed rate programs in North America and Europe and also offers customized jet card options

Air Charter Service is expanding its footprint in Asia with a new office in Shanghai.  It marks its second in the country and 24th globally. Last year, the broker of private jet charters, jet cards and cargo flights generated nearly $700 million in revenues.

Air Charter Service expands its Los Angeles office

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The U.K.-based broker of jet cards and on-demand charter has been building its U.S. operations


High-speed rail may be in trouble in the Golden State but private jet travel continues to thrive. British jet card and charter broker Air Charter Service has invested further in its Los Angeles operation as it continues to expand its presence in California, the company said in a press release.

Air Charter Service adds a sixth U.S. office

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The broker of jet cards and on-demand charter is continuing its expansion in North America with an office in Atlanta

U.K.-based Air Charter Service has opened its sixth office in the United States in Atlanta. It’s the 24th office for the seller of jet cards and on-demand charter. More will be announced in the next few months, according to a press release received by Private Jet Card Comparisons.

Will Davos beat Super Bowl LIII when it comes to private jets?

Davos and the Super Bowl will each attract around 1,500 private jets

The Super Bowl’s reign as champion of private jet travel may end this year, according to a prediction by Air Charter Service

While the U.S. government may not be contributing to the private jet count at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos due to the current shutdown, Air Charter Service, a broker that sells jet cards and on-demand charter, says it will still be a record showing. The company predicts there will be 1,500 private jet flights over the week.

Air Charter Service releases its list of top 10 private jet ski destinations amid record growth

More wealthy families in the UK are using private jets to fly to European ski destinations

 

Air Charter Service, has said that it has seen more and more wealthy families turning to private jets to get to exclusive skiing destinations around Europe this winter. Chris Mansell, ACS London’s director of private jets, said: “Over the past three years our top 10 airports for ski getaways have remained the same, but the numbers of flights to them has increased by more than 65%, with flights to Chambery and St Moritz doubling in that time.