Air Charter Service expands to Australia

Air Charter Service has opened a new office in Sydney, Australia, the company’s first operation in the continent.

Air Charter Service commercial director Justin Lancaster said: “Our Hong Kong office has built up a strong customer base in the region over the past few years and we felt now was the right time to have a local presence in order to strengthen the current relationships and to help build new ones.
"We launched aircharterservice.com.au late last year and have so far received a good response from the site, so we are hopeful that the office will get off to a flying start.”

Heading up the operation will be Paul Crook, who first worked for the company in 2009 before moving over to a recruitment firm before re-joining in September last year.

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