Leading global aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has, this week [26th Nov], opened its new Kazakhstan office in the country’s largest city, Almaty.
Evgeny Galkin will be heading up the new operation after moving from his management role in the company’s Moscow office.
Tony Bauckham, Air Charter Service’s CEO, commented: “We have had a presence in the CIS since opening our Moscow office in 1995 and expanded to St Petersburg in 2010. We have been planning this office in Kazakhstan for the past couple of years and will now be able to better serve our current clients here as well as forging new relationships. We will be offering both cargo and passenger charters to Kazakhstan’s buoyant oil and gas industry, as well as the huge metal and mineral extraction business. With a lot of top level executives in the banking world travelling to, from and around the country as well, it was the natural next step for us.”
Air Charter Service arranges more than 6,000 charter contracts every year and turns over in excess of $400 million. With this latest addition, the company now has seventeen offices spanning five continents.
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