Jet card broker Air Charter Service has reduced its entry-level jet card from 25 hours to 15 hours through the end of the year
If you are looking to make it easier for your loved ones to fly and see you this holiday season, jet card broker Air Charter Service is reducing the starting point for its Empyrean Card to just 15 hours. Normally the starting point is 25 hours.
The U.K. private jet charter broker says capped rate jet cards now account for 40% membership sales
Air Charter Service, which sells jet card programs with both U.S. and European service areas, reports its capped rate jet cards now account for 40% of jet card sales. The capped rate product was launched in August 2018.
In a press release, Tim Rees, ACS’s jet card manager, commented, “It’s easy to see the appeal of the Capped Rate Jet Card scheme. It allows clients to budget for the year by giving them a fixed rate, capped price, but allows them to benefit from market prices at the time of booking which generally saves the customer money.”
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.
The on-demand charter broker and jet card seller reported the highest revenue in its history in November
Worldwide private jet charter broker and jet card seller Air Charter Service has reported that the company recorded revenue of more than £60 million ($75.5 million) last month, making it the record month in its history, beating the previous best of £52 million.
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.”
Earlier this year Air Charter Service launched new jet card programs in both the U.S. and Europe
The Spanish office U.K.-based Air Charter Service has celebrated its 10th anniversary on a high note, ending the six months through the end of July 2018 with revenue up by 37% and charter growing 49%. Managing Director James Fitzgerald said, “2018 has been a very exciting year for us, as we celebrate our 10th year of operation. We have grown our experienced sales team and are currently looking to move to bigger and better premises.”