Thomas Howe becomes president of ACS California

Air Charter Service (ACS) has promoted Thomas Howe to president of its US west coast operation.
Howe, formerly vice president of the US office, joined ACS at its cargo division in the London headquarters.
He later transferred to Los Angeles to start up the cargo department on the west coast, making it a successful part of the business.
Howe will now be responsible for the company’s operations in California across both the cargo and passenger divisions.
Justin Lancaster, ACS group commercial director, commented: “This was the natural next step for Thomas – he has displayed excellent management in the cargo division, both in the London office and since he has been here in California and I know he is relishing the opportunity to continue the office’s expansion in the market.”
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