Guam Operator Launches Asian Charter Service

Aviation International News » March 2002
March 25, 2008, 9:09 AM

Aerospace Concepts Inc. introduced charter flights in Japan, Asia and the Pacific Rim in a Gulfstream IV-SP and a GV managed and operated by ACI from its hangar and maintenance facilities in Guam. The Pacific island was chosen as the base of operations for Asia because of its close proximity to the market, excellent facilities and status as a U.S. territory, the company said. ACI’s charter aircraft are configured and approved for extended overwater and long-range worldwide operations. The aircraft are registered in the U.S. and flown by U.S. aircrews. Power Johnson, founder of RSVP Jet, directs ACI’s charter services.

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