ACS helps to avert Hawaiian disaster
31 July 2018 by Glenn PhillipsIn late May, Air Charter Service was called upon to source an aircraft capable of flying 68 tonnes of the fire retardant ore, barite, to battle the increasing threat of lava reaching a geothermal power plant in Hawaii.
31 July 2018 by Claire EllisDiscover Venice in ultimate style on this four-night break, flying-in by private jet and staying in one of the city’s most luxurious hotels before returning to London on the iconic Venice Simplon-Orient-Express – staying in one of the train’s fabulous new Grand Suites.
29 July 2018 by Claire EllisThanks to the precision of 3D printing, creating just about anything has become a reality – even your own plane. Join us and explore how.
Top 10 Aviation Books
27 July 2018 by Claire EllisLooking for a great book about flying? Here are 10 of the must-read books about aviation, perfect for both professional pilots and aviation fans. There’s something to suit all tastes, whether you’re looking for a pilot manual, flight history or fiction. Top picks include the fascinating true stories of wartime pilots and the first trans-Atlantic crossing.
The world tour of airplane graveyards
26 July 2018 by Claire EllisThere’s something morbidly fascinating about seeing some of the world’s best-known planes grounded for good. In this blog, we take a tour of some of the world’s most spectacular airplane graveyards.
SpaceShipOne: A look at the world’s first reusable commercial spacecraft
25 July 2018 by Claire EllisCommercial space flight might seem like the stuff of science fiction, but it’s close to being a reality. Join us for a look at the world’s first commercial spacecraft, SpaceShipOne.
A look back at the de Havilland Comet: The world's first commercial jet airliner
24 July 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.
The world’s best aviation museums
23 July 2018 by Claire EllisCharter a private jet to the world’s best aviation museums to uncover the mechanical and historic achievements of the aviation industry’s exciting past and present. Here’s our pick of the best aviation museums around the world.
Remote surf spots by private jet
20 July 2018 by Claire EllisDitch overcrowded beaches and dive into some of the world’s best hidden surf spots. To enjoy these remote beaches, charter a private jet with Air Charter Service – and don’t forget your surfboard.
UK Festival Spotlight: Food, culture and lifestyle events
18 July 2018 by Claire EllisWhether you’re a foodie, lifestyle or culture enthusiast, the UK is teeming with a range of festivals and events to suit you. Charter a private jet to enjoy the UK’s best festivals.
Air Charter Service takes Germany’s biggest club night to the skies
16 July 2018 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft specialist, Air Charter Service, arranged a VIP-configured, fully customised ‘Club Jet’ to take some of the world’s biggest DJs to host a party in the skies, before kicking off a huge clubbing weekend in Germany.
Types of Private Jets and their amenities: Which Private Jet is right for you?
16 July 2018 by Claire EllisFrom very light jets (VLJs) up to heavy jets and executive airliners, there are plenty of different jets to choose from. Whether you’re looking to charter for a golfing weekend, business meeting or holiday of a lifetime, we’ve put them into some simple categories to help you find your ideal private jet to charter.
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