Air Freight News

Air Charter Service moves on up, Down Under

Oct 31, 2023

Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has continued its Australian expansion plans, having already increased its team size by 50% this year, the company’s Sydney office is preparing for further growth by moving into a much larger space.

Paul Crook, ACS’s Sydney office CEO, commented: “Last year was our best year in terms of charter numbers and our revenue was almost double that of the previous year. This year has proved just as strong, being on course for similar results to last. Off the back of 2022 we have hugely expanded the team this year, to keep up with the demand in the region. This has, however, meant that we outgrew our old office.

“This new office gives us the room to fulfil our growth plans for the foreseeable future and is ideally situated in King Street, in the central business district of Sydney. This is an exciting time for ACS Australia, as we look to further our success and grow our teams here in Sydney and in our other office in Brisbane.”


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