ACS London helps with fighter jet trials in India
1 September 2009 by Glenn PhillipsThomas Howe, cargo charter account manager ACS London, recently helped with the fighter jet trials for the Indian Air Force.
Huge interest in the ACS Payment Protection Plan
1 August 2009 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service has seen a marked increase in business in recent months with many customers citing the reason being the new payment protection plan.
Evergreen International Aviation and Air Charter Service team up on the B 747 Supertanker
1 July 2009 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service is delighted to announce that it has signed an exclusive contract with Evergreen International Aviation of Oregon.
ACS helps film star relive D-Day landings 65 years on
2 June 2009 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service's account manager, Mrk Garza, received a telephone call from a Sunday newspaper, the News of the World, last week
Air Courier Service launches in style!
1 June 2009 by Glenn PhillipsThe latest string to Air Charter Service’s bow, Air Courier Service, got off to a flying start with an intercontinental booking in its first full week of operation.
ACS gets Champions' League Final off to a flyer!
25 May 2009 by Glenn PhillipsUEFA Champions’ League Final day – May 27th 2009 – was a busy one for Air Charter Service.
Air Charter Service launches Air Courier Service
10 May 2009 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service has launched an on board courier service offering bespoke solutions for urgent time sensitive shipments unsuitable for a dedicated aircraft charter.
Air Charter Service named in Sunday Times Top 100 as they lead the way for aviation in Best Companies guide
1 March 2009 by Glenn PhillipsACS is pleased to announce that not only has it been awarded an ‘outstanding’ 2 star accreditation from Best Companies
ACS transport urgent medical treatments for cancer patients.
1 February 2009 by Glenn PhillipsACS recently chartered two business jets to transport medical treatments to London and Manchester hospitals.
ACS and Spanish relief agency work together to deliver 17 tons of aid into Zimbabwe
1 January 2009 by Glenn PhillipsZimbabwe, a country that is already under strain is now faced with an outbreak of cholera. In a country hit by hyper inflation rendering what little food there is unaffordable; five million people are now thought to be in need of food aid.
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