ACC Aviation Group is proud to announce the opening of its US subsidiary, ACC Aviation Inc., following a record year across all divisions in 2018.
Continuing the momentum from the organisation’s recent expansion into Asia, the business in North America will be based out of a new office in New York, with the team being headed up by Jamie Harris, who re-joins ACC following successful tenures at both Air Charter Service and Chapman Freeborn.
CEO Phil Mathews comments: “As part of our strategy to expand our global network of offices, I am delighted to announce that on Monday 7th January, we launched our US subsidiary, ACC Aviation Inc.
“The office’s primary focus will be to enhance ACC’s global foothold within the aircraft charter market, utilising our extensive experience in arranging large charter programmes for a broad range of industries, including corporate and government entities, tour operators and professional sports teams, to better serve clients in the region.
“Additionally, our new base in New York will allow us to further develop our supplier relationships and aircraft leasing opportunities in the Americas.
“I am pleased to welcome Jamie, who returns to ACC having worked here in the early days of what was then Air Charter Connections. He has a proven track record within the aircraft charter market in both the UK and US and I am confident that he will prove to be an asset to the organisation and instrumental in our international growth plans.”
On his appointment, Jamie comments: “I am excited to be returning to ACC at such a pivotal time in the organisation’s journey.
“I look forward to working with everyone again and to helping ACC expand its global presence and further enhance the company’s international reputation as one of the world’s leading aviation service providers.”
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