Complementing ACC’s established capabilities across ACMI leasing and aircraft charter, the Dubai-based business offers a suite of bespoke asset management and advisory solutions to airlines, lessors, investors and financial institutions across the globe.
ACC CEO, Phil Mathews, comments: “The incorporation of Aerotask as part of the ACC Aviation Group represents a significant milestone in the journeys of both organisations.
“Aerotask reinforces our presence within the Middle East, expanding our existing revenue lines and allowing us to provide a market-leading end-to-end service offering to our global airline partners.
“Through our cultural synergies and shared commitment to continued growth and development, we look forward to realising the potential of a strengthened organisation that is greater than the sum of its parts.”
Aerotask CEO, Rob Watts, comments: “Aerotask has dedicated itself to fostering strong client relationships and attracting and developing the aviation industry’s most talented and experienced professionals and we are pleased to be joining an organisation that shares those same values and commitments.
“This exciting new chapter as part of the ACC Aviation Group provides a foundation upon which to accelerate the growth of our business. We look forward to working with Phil and his team as we realise the full value of joining this truly global organisation.”
ACC Aviation has been ranked in The Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 2020, recognising the UK’s private mid-market companies with the biggest sales.
ACC partners with US-based air ambulance systems specialist, AeroMedical, to help aircraft operators meet the demand for airborne emergency medical capabilities.
ACC Aviation has been ranked in the Sunday Times Profit Track 2020 COVID-19 Edition, recognising the UK’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years.
Scientists, medical professionals and the international community at large are slowly piecing together a model for beating COVID-19. However, for business, the crucial question – one that nobody seems to be in a position to answer with any degree of confidence, is: how long will it last?
A message from ACC Aviation Group CEO, Phil Mathews, to our suppliers, clients, aviation industry colleagues and staff across the globe.
In October 2019, Qantas Flight 7879 marked a peak in the age of “ultra-long-haul” flights; non-stop journeys that employ the longest routes physically possible, topping out at 20 hours of flight time. So what’s next? Are there any distance records left to break?