ACS conduct urgent next day delivery
1 March 2008 by Glenn PhillipsWhen an oil refinery in the North of England urgently required a spare part to be replaced, they turned to ACS to tackle the crisis immediately.
ACS first on call in abrupt change of events
1 February 2008 by Glenn PhillipsWhen a family of four urgently needed to visit a relative abroad, ACS made sure they were airborne within 3 ½ hours of taking their first call.
Bolivian flooding calls for urgent international assistance…
1 February 2008 by Glenn PhillipsFloods affecting nearly 25,000 families hit parts of Bolivia last month causing the country’s President Evo Morales to declare a state of emergency after weeks of heavy rain
Private jet out of London Heathrow Sir? No problem...
1 January 2008 by Glenn PhillipsOn the 16th January 2008 ACS’ Moscow office received an urgent request for a private jet to be positioned at London Heathrow airport
Air Charter Service raises significant amount for charity
1 December 2007 by Glenn PhillipsIn 2011 leading aircraft charter firm Air Charter Service raised more than $77,000 for their chosen charities; HEAL, Cancer Research UK
Transformer transport is Optimus Prime...
1 December 2007 by Glenn PhillipsSometimes the strength of an organisation lies in its commitment to detail and its quality of foresight.
ACS London turns laughs into money
1 December 2007 by Glenn PhillipsOn Friday 13th March the staff at ACS London, got into the spirit of Red Nose Day to raise some money and arrived at work all determined to win the coveted prize of best costume.
Air Charter Service goes CarbonNeutral®
6 November 2007 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service (‘ACS’), one of the leading names in passenger and cargo air chartering, today announces that it will be off-setting CO2 emissions.
Hurricane Noel damage calls for urgent assistance…
1 November 2007 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service (ACS) one of the leading names in cargo and passenger air chartering, arranged for an Antonov-12 to carry seven tonnes of urgently needed relief
ACS conduct specialist Russian tour
1 November 2007 by Glenn PhillipsACS organised a seven leg trip from London Luton airport to several remote locations throughout Russia over a five day period in November 2007
ACS Condors fly 200 tonnes of ‘Christmas Trees’ to Egypt…
1 October 2007 by Glenn PhillipsEnormous ocean freighters are generally the preferred mode of transport when carrying 200 tonnes of oil drilling equipment from the UK out to the Middle East.
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