Air Charter Service has reported yet another increase in both the number of charters and in total revenue for July 2011 compared to the same month last year, continuing an extremely strong trend of growth.
The global provider of private jet, commercial airliner and cargo aircraft solutions has provided 20% more charters than this time last year and has recorded 30% more revenue. These figures build upon ACS’s year on year improvement and emphasises the company’s status as a market leader. Every regional office has reported growth; North America, South America, Europe, the CIS, Africa, the Middle East and Asia are all proving successful markets for company.
Justin Bowman, Group Commercial Director commented, “Our consistent, impressive growth can be put down to our commitment to the service we offer. We believe that attention to detail and efficiency are the keys to providing our clients with the charter solutions they require”.
He went on to add, “Our global network is allowing us to offer innovative solutions to clients worldwide. We have local knowledge on a global scale and customers recognise the benefits of using us, rather than a company without a similar network, or a phoney ‘network’, of fake offices and franchises”.
While some of the growth can be attributed to the work ACS did helping evacuate people out of Libya and Egypt, the majority comes from a consistent level of improvement across all markets. Even without the situation in North Africa, the company would still have experienced a substantial rate of growth in turnover, charters and profitability.
ACS has grown year on year since its inception in 1990. Two decades on the company has a turnover of more than $350 million, a figure already set to be surpassed by the end of 2011.