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.
ACS utilises empty aircraft to fly in additional aid to the Bahamas
27 September 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAir Charter Service’s Miami office recently filled up an empty passenger aircraft, on its way to perform an evacuation flight, with key supplies that the company had purchased to help those in need following Hurricane Dorian.
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.
Flying a top-flight team
20 September 2019 by Claire EllisWe worked with the travel manager of a top-flight Italian football club to find the perfect VIP aircraft to transport 70 players and support staff to a game in Spain.
Taking tennis on tour
19 September 2019 by Claire EllisTennis teams playing in back-to-back tournaments in Canada and the US were in need of a smooth transport option to get them between the two – ACS stepped in to help.
The busiest airport in Quebec: Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
19 September 2019 by Claire EllisMontréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport – best known as Montreal International Airport – is an engineering and aviation marvel. It’s also a great place to land a private jet charter. Let’s find out more about what you can expect from your next trip to the busiest airport in Quebec.
Why businesses fly private
19 September 2019 by Claire EllisMost businesses and companies these days are multinational and are using private jet charter to connect themselves with the rest of the world. Some of the ways in which this helps a company is that they are able to save money, increase productivity and retain and meet new clients. Learn more about how private jet charter helps global businesses flourish.
A guide to Canada’s busiest airport: Toronto Pearson International Airport
18 September 2019 by Jessica BarrieToronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s biggest airport and in 2017 became the 30th busiest airport in the world. Getting there by private jet charter has you covered for luxury and convenience – here’s what you can expect from one of the best private jet airports in Canada.
Spotlight on Jumbolair-Greystone Airport
16 September 2019 by Claire EllisJumbolair-Greystone Airport is the most exceptional small private jet airport in the United States for private jet charter flights, and for the take-off and landing of private aircraft like John Travolta’s Boeing 707. Set in a residential airpark, the unique amenities are small but exclusive.
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