Dangerous Goods Case Study
15 March 2016 by Suzanne PathmanathanWhen a military client needed to move two pallets to a location in India, we put our logistical expertise into getting them to their location ahead of time.
Remote Locations and Hostile Environments Case Study
15 March 2016 by Suzanne PathmanathanA TV documentary crew wanted to become the first team to bring cars to the northernmost point in the world. We were tasked with helping them fulfil this mission.
Heavy and Outsized Case Study
15 March 2016 by Suzanne PathmanathanA VIP tour of new copper mines on a lake in Kazakhstan couldn’t be fulfilled unless we flew a large, specialist boat from Scotland to where it was needed.
ACS chartered aircraft flies stargazers to optimal eclipse viewing point
9 March 2016 by Glenn PhillipsACS arranged to fly 130 tourists from Bali to Ternate on the Maluku Islands in Indonesia to witness the first rare total solar eclipse in the region for 33 years.
How to charter a private jet to the Masters
4 March 2016 by Claire EllisThe first of the four major championships, the Masters tees off in April in Augusta, Georgia.
Air Charter Service breaks the 10,000 mark for charter contracts
2 March 2016 by Glenn PhillipsACS has announced that in 2015 the company arranged more than 10,000 charter contracts for the first time in its history.
Spotlight on Wellington Airport
2 March 2016 by Claire EllisWellington is the home of Weta Workshop, best known for its work on the epic Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, and they’ve ensured their airport is equally as fantastical.
Air Charter Service expands into sixth continent
29 February 2016 by Glenn PhillipsACS has announced that it is opening a new office in Sydney, Australia – the company’s first operation in the continent.
ACS expands its West Coast operation following record year
24 February 2016 by Glenn PhillipsACS's Los Angeles operation has moved to newer, larger premises on Santa Monica Boulevard following a record year for both the company and the LA office itself.
Spotlight on Knuffingen Airport
24 February 2016 by Claire EllisThe world’s smallest airport, by a long way. Found within Hamburg Airport, this 150sqm airport cost €3.5 million are over 150,000 man hours to become operational.
Real Pilots Discuss: Most Challenging Airports to Land At
19 February 2016 by Claire EllisWatch and listen as both commercial and private charter pilots share their most hair-raising runway landing tales.
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