The ultimate European skiing holiday by private jet charter
12 September 2019 by Claire EllisFor thrill-seekers, shoppers and spa-goers alike, a ski holiday is an idyllic way to spend a winter’s weekend – and if you're travelling by private jet charter, you can be on the slopes in a flash.
ACS expands Spanish presence
11 September 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service, has moved its Spanish operation to new larger premises in Madrid, following a strong year in 2018.
Escape to the Arctic in 24 hours
11 September 2019 by Claire EllisWhen a weekend of pilot strikes left thousands of passengers stranded worldwide, one Norwegian company faced a race against the clock to get their employees home from the UK before Monday.
Euro 2020 provides unique logistical challenge
5 September 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service predicts an extensive use of aircraft charters throughout next year’s Euro 2020 football tournament, with the competition consisting of 24 competing nations in 12 host cities, spanning the entire continent.
Air Charter Service responds to Hurricane Dorian
4 September 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAs Hurricane Dorian now sweeps along the East Coast of the US, Air Charter Service has been busy evacuating the Bahamas and Florida, as well as flying in medical aid to the afflicted regions to help those already affected.
Air Charter Service’s UK office outperforms declining private jet market
21 August 2019 by Glenn PhillipsLeading private jet specialist, Air Charter Service, has said that in the first half of its financial year the company saw an increase in private jet bookings from its UK office of 8%.
Planning the ultimate holiday in Monaco
20 August 2019 by Claire EllisMonaco has a stellar reputation as one of the best places to travel in Europe for the wealthy. But this tiny gem delivers the holiday of a lifetime, whether you’re on honeymoon, in retirement, travelling with family or on a budget – and a private jet charter is your best option. Here’s why.
Private jet charter and types of private jets
20 August 2019 by Claire EllisPrivate jets might be the epitome of wealth, luxury and exclusivity, but you don’t have to be a millionaire to fly private. The key is in knowing which aircraft best suits your travel needs so that your charter is convenient and cost-effective. In part 1 we find out more about light to mid-size private jets, and what they have to offer.
How to become a pilot in the USA
15 August 2019 by Claire EllisDo you want to know how to become a pilot in the USA? This guide discusses the four types of pilot licenses, what is involved in the training and studies for each, and what duties are to be expected from each role.
Charter flight is no simulation
14 August 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service’s Florida office recently chartered a Boeing B747 to fly a 35 tonne flight simulator, which proved to be an exceptionally tight fit, from Texas to Japan.
Air Charter Service jump out of a perfectly good aeroplane
30 July 2019 by Glenn PhillipsA team of 11 fearless Air Charter Service employees recently skydived their way to raising almost £9,000 for children’s charity Momentum, which supports families with children facing cancer or other life-challenging conditions across South West London, Surrey and West Sussex.
Top U.S Aviation Colleges: An Interview with Spartan College
26 July 2019 by Claire EllisIt can be tough to choose the perfect place to study to become a pilot in the USA. We interviewed Greg Temnick, Director of Marketing at Spartan College in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and asked all about the organization’s courses, history, alumni, and more. Read on to help you make an informed decision about your future studies.
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