Air Charter Service sets new monthly revenue record in November
Dec 19, 2018: Aircraft charter specialist Air Charter Service (ACS) has reported record revenue of more than £60 million in November, beating the previous best of £52 million.
The company saw substantial increases across all three of its main divisions: cargo, private jets and commercial aircraft, with a total of 31 percent increase in revenue on last November.
Justin Bowman, Group CEO said: “This is an outstanding achievement by the whole team, which is now more than 500 aviation experts.”
“To reach 61 million pounds in one month – which is equivalent to 77 million dollars – is remarkable, and a huge step in the direction of our next goal; to become a billion dollar company. We are not resting on our laurels though and know that there is a lot more hard work to do as we go into 2019, with three more office openings in the next few months.
“This landmark month, combined with the opening of a number of new offices, means that 2018 has been an extremely exciting one for everyone involved at ACS.”
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