Air Charter Service opens Swiss cargo department

The Geneva office of charter firm Air Charter Service (ACS), has launched a cargo department, adding to the operation’s private jets and group travel divisions in the Swiss city.

Dan Morgan-Evans, Global Cargo Director at ACS, said: “We’ve always serviced our numerous cargo clients in Switzerland through our UK, French and German offices, but demand is now such that we have taken the decision to open a dedicated department in the country.

“We have already started booking cargo charters through the new division, which officially opened in August, and we are confident that it will be a great addition and complement our other five cargo teams in Europe; in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Russia.”

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