Air Charter Service spreads its wings in Canada

Air Charter Service’s Canadian office has moved to larger premises in Toronto in anticipation of further expansion. Since opening in the city in 2010 the office has steadily grown in terms of staff, revenue and number of charters, it said.
Managing director of ACS Canada, Gary Hopkins, explained: “After outstanding growth over the past 18 months, we feel that now is the time to move to larger offices to help us to expand further and hire more local talent to join our specialist team.”
The new premises are more than twice the size of the old office, he added, saying: “Last year saw a huge increase in terms of number of charter contracts, up 25% compared to 2015. This year has started off even better – after the first half of the year we have seen growth of 36%. These increases are on the back of our ongoing investment in the Canadian charter market, which is helping to accelerate our expansion strategy.”

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