Air Charter Service expands in Sydney

Air Charter Service Sydney office

Air Charter Service is continuing its commitment to investing in Australia, with the opening of a new Sydney office.

After opening its doors for the first time three years ago, ACS Australia has tripled in size, and the move is necessary to facilitate the planned future growth.

Paul Crook, CEO of ACS Australia, said of the move: “As we plan to continue to invest in our operations in the region it became clear we needed more room – this new office affords us almost twice the floorspace of the last premises, with enough room for expansion for the foreseeable future. We are looking to recruit more aviation specialists to our team in the second half of this year. Last year we almost doubled the size of our team and they all hit the ground running, as we were up 32% in charter numbers and we are going well so far this year.

“The Australian economy presents its own challenges, but it is pretty robust at the moment – the country has the 13th-largest national economy by nominal GDP and, in 2018, Australia became the country with the largest median wealth per adult. Along with this, we believe that, due to the country’s geography, there is a large potential charter market for us to build on.

“We haven’t moved far from our old office – we are just a street away from our original home. It is an exciting time for ACS Australia.”

Share this story
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

Related Topics

Latest uncategorized news

British Airways reinstates half of flights following strike cancellation

By Damian Brett

British Airways has reinstated around half of its flights on September 27 after pilots called off their planned strike. The…

Read More

WFS opens new pharma centre at Copenhagen Airport

By Damian Brett

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has opened a new pharma facility at Copenhagen Airport to meet growing demand. The new 1,500…

Read More

SIA volumes fall amid global economic uncertainty

Following a disappointing performance in June, Singapore Airlines (SIA) saw its freight traffic decline during the first quarter of its…

Read More