ACC Aviation has unveiled a new logo and branding for 2021 that solidifies 36 months of significant transformation for the global aviation service provider under the leadership of CEO Phil Mathews.
Significant highlights include the acquisition of Dubai-based aviation consultancy and asset management expert Aerotask, as well as ACC’s successful expansion into Asia, the Americas and Africa. Its newest offices in Kuala Lumpur, New York and Addis Ababa enhance ACC Aviation’s capability as a leading consultancy to airlines around the world.
ACC Aviation’s trading divisions, including its market leading aircraft wet leasing division, ACMI24; its dedicated air charter division, ACC Charter, based in Reigate, Surrey, UK, together with Aerotask, are all now consolidated under the ACC Aviation brand.
“The move reinforces the strategic development and growth that ACC has undergone over the last three years,” said Phil Mathews.
“While the on-going crisis has brought its challenges, it has also presented a great opportunity for us to embark on the next phase in our organisational journey, while continuing to be a dependable resource to our customers and suppliers, including legacy, low cost carriers and regional airlines, plus business aviation operators, during this tumultuous time.”
Air charter sales up 200% in 2020
From its five global offices, in 2019 ACC Aviation arranged 85,000 block hours of leasing agreements for its collective airline customers and, in 2020, despite the pandemic, the aviation service provider saw an almost 200% growth in air charter sales compared with the previous year.
Over the last 20 years, ACC Aviation has built a reputation supporting airlines with ACMI leasing requirements in the most unusual corners of the world. During 2020, the business continued to support its customers on all six continents from its five global offices.
“Entering 2021 we are committed to further enhancing our service quality, robust industry relationships and the comprehensive expertise we are known for with a stronger, unified market presence. This will enable us to deliver a more consistent customer experience and even greater support to clients and suppliers, now and in the future. ACC Aviation has served as a steadfast partner that our industry colleagues and clients can rely upon, with our global teams available to offer professional, impartial advice and expertise across a comprehensive range of aviation services.”
Complementing its marketing activity, ACC Aviation is heightening its media communications with the appointment of Emerald Media as its external PR representative.
Aviation Support Across Five Global Offices
ACC’s international office network, spanning Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, provides global coverage For more information about how ACC Aviation can support your requirements across ACMI leasing, air charter, aviation consultancy and asset management, get in touch.
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