Dreaming of the ultimate white Christmas destination?
21 November 2019 by Claire EllisWhether you’re a Yuletide junky who can’t wait to put on a Christmas sweater and stroll between wooden cabins filled with Christmas treats, or you’re looking forward to hitting the slopes on Christmas vacation, we’ve put together our best ideas for the ultimate white Christmas celebration.
The biggest airport in the world has opened
15 November 2019 by Claire EllisAs the world’s fastest-growing aviation sector, China has launched Beijing Daxing International Airport in September 2019. The US$12 billion Beijing Daxing International Airport will overtake Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta to become the biggest airport in the world. Eventually, it will serve over 100 million passengers a year as part of China’s aviation expansion plan.
Comparative analysis of 11 top Canadian aviation courses with information about schools and their aviation degrees
29 October 2019 by Claire EllisDiscover the best aviation universities in Canada, offering undergraduate courses covering both practical and theory training in flight and engineering.
The best UK music festivals by private jet charter
16 October 2019 by Claire EllisThe 2019 summer music festival season might be over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start making festival plans for the best UK music festivals that will be taking place during the rest of the year and in 2020. In fact, some of the summer festivals that took a break last year will be back next year, along with some spring festivals that will get you warmed up for the 2020 summer season.
Worth the weight
9 October 2019 by Claire EllisIn one of the biggest-ever OBC operations, we coordinated 25 couriers to deliver five tonnes of metal automotive parts from Hong Kong to Portugal.
Aircraft that save lives
7 October 2019 by Claire EllisACS has a proud history of providing humanitarian aid in situations where conflict, crises or natural disasters threaten human lives. From Haiti to Yemen, and Zimbabwe to the Philippines, ACS aircraft have provided emergency assistance where and when it was needed most.
Overcoming a logistical mine-field
3 October 2019 by Claire EllisACS were asked to urgently transport 1.7 tonnes of cargo to a client in Papua New Guinea to get a mine back up and running after an emergency shutdown.
A Mexican hacienda hideaway
2 October 2019 by Jessica BarrieTucked away in Mexico’s picturesque highlands, Hacienda de San Antonio is a luxurious home from home, with just 25 exclusive suites. Unwind in the library, enjoy a spa treatment or two, then take afternoon tea in the Yellow Room, or get out and about, hot air ballooning, quad biking and more.
A breath-taking Mexican beach break
2 October 2019 by Jessica BarrieTake off for Mexico’s pristine Pacific coastline and the exclusive Cuixmala estate, where nature and luxury go hand in hand amid some of the country’s most stunning scenery. Sail, scuba dive or seek out the local zebras by day, then settle in for sunset with a cocktail and your own beach bonfire.
Private jet charter and types of private jets
30 September 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.
Moving dangerous goods
26 September 2019 by Claire EllisWhen a military client needed to move two pallets to a location in India, we put our logistical expertise into getting them to their location ahead of time.
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