Air Charter Service

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Air Charter Service
Founded 1990
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Key people
  • Chris Leach (Founder)

Air Charter Service (ACS) is an aircraft charter provider with 17 offices spanning 5 continents. Air Charter Service does not own any aircraft, but arranges helicopter, private jet, commercial airline and cargo aircraft charters for a wide and diverse range of clients.

Air Charter Service was founded in 1990 by Chris Leach in the UK, starting out as a small specialist aviation company committed to high standards of customer service, that has grown to become a world-leading member of the aircraft charter industry - arranging 7,500 full charters per year.[1]

In 2012 Erik Lindbergh became the company's brand ambassador, lending his name to and becoming the first holder of ACS's jet card, the 'Lindbergh Card'. In 2014, it was announced that ACS would be the founding sponsor of Lindbergh's latest venture, 'Powering Imagination'.


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