ACC Aviation is delighted to provide support to Madagascar Airlines on another ACMI flight in collaboration with USC GmbH, an airline based in Germany. This was the inaugural commercial flight for USC GmbH and their first ACMI assignment.
The first flight was conducted on the 5th of September 2023, from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to Ivato International Airport in Antananarivo (TNR), operating as MD51 and using an Airbus A340-300. The same aircraft was used for the return sector, from TNR to CDG, on the 6th of September 2023, operating as MD50.
“We are honoured to have been chosen by Madagascar Airlines as their trusted ACMI arranger and would like to thank both USC GmbH and Madagascar Airlines’ teams for their professionalism and dedication to making this project feasible.” commented Zeineb Lassoued, VP Regional for MEA at ACC Aviation.
“USC is proud and honoured to have been selected by Madagascar Airlines to operate their commercial flights between Paris and Antananarivo on the 5th and the 6th of September 2023. We have spared no effort in ensuring smooth and professional operations and hope to not only meet, but also exceed, Madagascar Airlines’ expectations.” said Klaus Dieter Martin, the Managing Director at USC GmbH.
“ACC Aviation have been very forthcoming in negotiating this contract and we thank them for their unwavering help and support. As an operator committed to providing quality service to premium clients, we look forward to further fruitful co-operation” Martin added.
Founded in 2002 as an aircraft leasing specialist, ACC Aviation has grown to become a market-leader in ACMI leasing, with transactions spanning across the globe, through its international offices, located in London, New York, Fort Lauderdale, Kuala Lumpur, and Dubai. In addition to its ACMI capabilities, ACC Aviation offers aviation consultancy services and aircraft chartering solutions.