ACC Aviation is pleased to announce the appointment of David Macdonald to the position of Head of Global Business Development.
David, whose career in aviation spans more than three decades, including sales leadership roles at Air Partner, Hunt & Palmer and Oxygen Aviation, will be overseeing business development and marketing across ACC’s range of services, including ACMI leasing, aviation asset management, strategic advisory and aircraft charter.
“I am delighted to welcome David to ACC,” said Phil Mathews, CEO, ACC Aviation. “His strategic sales experience will be critical in leveraging our collaborative strategy and complementary service offering to maximise commercial opportunities.
“Despite these challenging circumstances, ACC’s team of aviation professionals continues to assist clients with their essential travel needs and provide expert strategic and operational support to airline partners. David’s appointment is crucial to helping us build on these successes and realise our strategic goals through this current crisis and beyond.”
“It is a pleasure to be joining such a dedicated and skilled team at ACC Aviation,” said Macdonald. “ACC’s global footprint and proven capabilities across ACMI leasing, aircraft charter and aviation consultancy represent an exceptional value proposition for current and future clients and suppliers worldwide.
“I am looking forward to working with the team and contributing to its continued expansion and development.”
To discuss how ACC Aviation can partner with you on any current or future ACMI leasing, aircraft charter, aviation consulting or asset management requirements, get in touch or email info@ACCaviation.com.
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