Air Charter Service, a UK-based aircraft charter broker with 16 offices worldwide, contracted nearly 7,500 charter flights during its fiscal year ending January 31–a 14-percent increase over its 2012 fiscal year. “We have seen constant year-on-year growth for several years, but this is one of the largest single jumps in charter numbers that we’ve ever had,” said managing director Ruan Courtney. “On average, we book a charter every 70 minutes and that’s because most charter contracts consist of more than one flight sector. An ACS-chartered aircraft departs more than once an hour, every hour of every day,” he added.
Air Charter Service Sees 14-percent Jump in Charter Bookings
- February 20, 2014, 1:15 PM