No traffic, 5 star accommodation and backstage access – the other side of Glastonbury
24 June 2019 by Glenn PhillipsThe vast majority of the thousands of people who managed to get Glastonbury tickets will be fighting through the traffic jams around Stonehenge on the way to the festival this week.
3 times our onboard couriers saved the day
24 June 2019 by Claire EllisFrom haute couture to highly sensitive data, our versatile onboard courier team have delivered everything imaginable to every corner of the globe.
Global aircraft charter company increases Australian investment
13 June 2019 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, is continuing its commitment to investing in Australia, with the expansion of its Sydney operation.
ACS in seventh heaven as the company retains Charter Broker of the Year award
12 June 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service has retained the title of 'Charter Broker of the Year' at the annual WAC Awards. The glitzy ceremony last week was held at the Westin Grand Hotel in Munich.
All at sea in South Africa
4 June 2019 by Claire EllisAfter thunderstorms off the coast of Cape Town delayed the docking of their cruise ship, a group of 80 Australian tourists found themselves stranded when they missed their onward flight. Luckily Air Charter Service were on hand to get the trip back on track.
Madrid Airport expected to be ‘busiest in Europe’ this weekend
31 May 2019 by Glenn PhillipsMadrid Barajas Airport is set to become the busiest airport in Europe this weekend as Liverpool and Tottenham fans fly out en masse for the Champions League Final in the Spanish capital.
The Evolution of Private Jets
28 May 2019 by Claire EllisFrom the fabulous forties when butlers served passengers on the Pan Am Clipper, to the sixties when Dassault Falcon, Gulfstream and Embraer took flight with their first private jets, to the flying palaces known as executive airliners we have today, we take a look at just how much the private jet industry has changed and adapted to meet the standards expected in the current private aviation market.
Top private helicopters
28 May 2019 by Claire EllisMost people know about chartering private planes or yachts for business trips or luxury holidays, but how much do you know about chartering a private helicopter? From nimble two seaters to luxury boardrooms in the sky, we take you through a list of some of the finest and most popular helicopters available for charter today.
The Rising Popularity of Private Jet Charter
27 May 2019 by Claire EllisHow you spend your money comes down to choice of price and products, and a buyer’s experience that’s as pain-free as possible. So why should travel be any different? Private jet charter offers a choice of flight destinations, aircraft type, a variety of travel products and experiences that are all unmatched by commercial air travel.
The changing face of in-flight cabin crew
16 May 2019 by Claire EllisThe changing role of cabin crew through the ages is like slicing through the history of flight for a fascinating look at a little bit of madness, a lot of hard work, bravery, and the progress of aviation in some unexpected ways.
Inside the most luxurious private jet models in the world
14 May 2019 by Jessica BarrieWant to travel in style? Then nothing beats luxury private jets. Experience world-class interior design boasting everything from conference rooms to en-suite bedrooms and kitchens. Take a look inside the most luxurious private jet models in the world from manufacturers like Boeing, Airbus and Cessna.
Influx of calls following incredible Liverpool win last night
8 May 2019 by Glenn PhillipsPrivate aviation specialist, Air Charter Service, has said that the company has been inundated with phone calls following last night’s dramatic football match at Anfield with fans desperate to get to Madrid for the Champions League Final on 1st June.
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