The lifecycle of a plane
11 January 2016 by Claire EllisThe life of an aircraft is not measured in years, but in cycles, we take a look at how long an average commercial airliner can stay airborne, and why.
ACS brings in new head of cargo for South America
11 January 2016 by Glenn PhillipsACS has brought in the experienced Andre Rodrigues to head up the cargo division in the company’s São Paulo office.
Air Charter Service’s Christmas celebrations raise almost £7,500 for charity
23 December 2015 by Glenn PhillipsACS is really in the festive spirit following its London HQ’s Christmas party which raised almost £7,500 ($11,200) for the company’s chosen charities.
ACS’s West Coast office on course for record year
22 December 2015 by Glenn PhillipsThe West Coast office of ACS is set to have its record year, having already arranged as many charters as in 2014, with two months of its financial year still left.
ACS’s Middle East operation set for record year
22 December 2015 by Glenn PhillipsThe Dubai office of ACS is on course for its record year, having already arranged more charters so far in 2015 than any of its previous ten years.
Spotlight on Rovaniemi Lapland Airport
22 December 2015 by Claire EllisFather Christmas’s airport on the Arctic Circle, in the capital of Lapland, Finland.
Luxury Shopping via Private Jet
22 December 2015 by Claire EllisTake a whirlwind trip with us to the Worlds Top Luxury Shopping destinations in the most enviable of chariots - your personal Private Jet.
Air Charter Service Christmas Party
21 December 2015 by Claire EllisThis year, Air Charter Service took its Christmas Party celebrations to Raven’s Ait and The Library, Kingston upon Thames.
ACS brings home the bacon
16 December 2015 by Glenn PhillipsACS was called into action last week when the company was asked to fly more than 17 tonnes of ham to a Caribbean Island that had run out of the popular meat.
Spotlight on Nicosia Airport
14 December 2015 by Claire EllisOnce the hub of Cypriot air travel, now an abandoned tumbledown ruin stranded in a UN buffer zone.
HondaJet: The next step in aviation innovation
11 December 2015 by Claire EllisHondaJet has just received its FAA type certification after proving the jet’s performance, safety and reliability over more than 3,000 hours in over 70 locations.
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