Air Charter Service opens Geneva office

Air Charter Service has opened its seventh European operation, in Geneva.
Justin Lancaster, the UK broker’s commercial director, commented: “We recognised the necessity for an office in Switzerland a few years ago and felt that now was the right time to make the move, having established an already strong Swiss client base through our French and German operations.

“We will initially be offering private jet charters from the office, with plans to start cargo operations in the near future. A lot of our current clients are based here and we are now not only closer to them, but we are also able to reach more new potential customers that we couldn’t before.
"Having a locally registered company and bank accounts will hopefully help us to win more clients that prefer a local service, as we have done with many of our other offices."

ACS plans to open two more offices in the coming nine months.

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