What food can be ordered on a private jet flight?
20 September 2018 by Jessica BarrieWhen you fly on a private jet every tiny detail is tailored to make your flight as enjoyable as possible, and that includes your food. Join Air Charter Service to explore how.
Are VR flight simulators the future of pilot training?
17 September 2018 by Claire EllisFlight simulators have been used to train pilots for more than 80 years. In that time, there have been many breakthroughs in aviation technology. Now virtual reality (VR) is about to usher in a whole new era of professional pilot training, with far-reaching consequences for the aviation industry.
Air Charter Service opens Swiss freight operation
13 September 2018 by Glenn PhillipsThe Geneva office of global charter experts Air Charter Service, has launched a cargo department, adding to the operation’s private jets and group travel divisions in the Swiss city.
Top 5 airports for Private Jets in and around Charlotte
13 September 2018 by Claire EllisOne of the luxuries of private jet travel is being able to choose where you land. For your next visit to Charlotte, we have listed the top 5 private jet airports in and around Charlotte.
The most interesting and unique hotels in the world
5 September 2018 by Claire EllisFrom a 13th-century castle and private French Polynesian atoll to an iconic African architectural landmark and rugged Arabian hideaway, explore some of the world’s most unique hotels with an ACS private jet charter.
ACS hails World Cup as busiest single sporting event in company’s history
21 August 2018 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft charter provider, Air Charter Service, has said that the 2018 FIFA World Cup was its busiest ever event, with almost 350 separate bookings across all five of its divisions during the month long tournament.
5,000 fans follow Les Bleus to Ireland
20 August 2018 by Claire EllisWhen 5,000 French rugby fans needed to get to Dublin to cheer on Les Bleus for their Six Nations fixture against Ireland, ACS were called in to help.
An A-Z of aviation definitions
17 August 2018 by Claire EllisDo you know your altimeter from your horizontal stabilizer? Take a look at our glossary of aviation terms, which explains everything from airport procedures and regulations to airplane parts. This A-Z of definitions is useful whether you’re training for an aviation job, work for an airline or are simply a curious passenger.
16 August 2018 by Claire EllisThis luxurious coastal retreat on the Australian island state of Tasmania offers stunning views over Great Oyster Bay and the Hazards Mountains beyond.
A look back at the de Havilland Comet: The world's first commercial jet airliner
16 August 2018 by Claire EllisIn 1952, the history of flight was changed forever with the launch of the world’s first commercial jet – the de Havilland Comet. In this post, we look back on the glory days of this glamorous jet airliner and the disasters that eventually brought it down.
Air Charter Service announces impressive half year results
15 August 2018 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has revealed the company's half year results for the six months ending 31st July 2018, which show revenue is up 23%, from £195.2m (US$253m) to £240.5m (US$312m).
Ultimate Central America
3 August 2018 by Claire EllisUncover some of South America’s most spectacular destinations on this incredible safari to Guatemala and Belize, travelling in style by private jet throughout and staying in a range of luxury wilderness eco-lodges owned by Hollywood director Francis Ford Coppola.
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