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.
ACS provide executive travel around America
11 September 2007 by Glenn PhillipsInternational food firm needed a personalised itinerary for travel around the USA he turned to ACS to look after his very specific needs.
$15 billion Nuclear Power project in Yemen…
11 September 2007 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service (ACS) one of the leading names in cargo and passenger air chartering, organised a Boeing 737-200 to carry a group of 19 passengers from Dubai (DXB), UAE to Sana’a (SAN), Yemen
W R Christopher Foyle joins ACS Board of Directors
4 September 2007 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service Plc (ACS), the worldwide passenger and cargo air charter broker, today announces the appointment of Christopher Foyle as a Non-Executive Director
Aberdeen Executives take the rain to Spain…
1 August 2007 by Glenn PhillipsExecutives from, one of Scotland’s 100 largest companies, chartered a private jet from Aberdeen to attend the launch of a ship in San Sebastian last month
Speed bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing…
1 August 2007 by Glenn PhillipsThe opening line of the traditional Sky Boat Song was never meant as a prophecy.
Transport of oil well equipment across the world...
1 July 2007 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service (ACS) has been a specialist in outsize cargo transport for the past 15 years.
ACS pole position at Battersea
1 July 2007 by Glenn PhillipsA Silverstone British Grand Prix will draw crowds of 100,000 people, many of whom will want to avoid the inevitable train delays and motorway congestion out of London
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