ACS expands in Florida

Air Charter Service’s (ACS) Florida operation has moved to larger premises following impressive growth in its first 15 months.
The Florida operation, which started trading in September of last year, has taken on an office space allowing them to triple the workforce.
Joel Fenn, managing director of ACS in Florida, said: “Our business here in the south has really taken off, beating all of our original targets, so this new office is much needed and essential to our growth plans going forward.
"Our cargo division has had a really strong year, with a particular highlight being the AN-225 charter two weeks ago, carrying the heaviest single piece of cargo ever flown in the Americas.

“We have had two new team members join since we moved who wouldn’t have had desks at the old place, and we have plans for further additions next year.”

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