Remaining flexible and quickly adaptable to the market is the way forward for many airlines, most of whom are not keen currently to invest in new aircraft and the staff to operate them. Leasing appears the way to go, as the global airline market remains uncertain.
ACC Aviation, reports an exceptionally strong third quarter, with its US office experiencing its strongest three months in its short history.
Leisure travel for summer 2022 is looking strong and the unprecipitated one to three-month contracts that have dominated the past 12 months, will give way to six-month plus bookings, once again.
ACC Aviation reports positive growth in the second quarter of 2021, driven by US and UK Charter as well as steady growth in its consulting division.
ACC Aviation reports a more than 20% year on year growth in the first quarter of 2021, despite the harsh impact on aviation brought about by the global pandemic. This follows a 200% year on year growth in charter sales in 2020.
For operators looking to make the most of sudden demand spikes this summer, ACMI leasing offers a flexible, short-notice solution for utilising or accessing additional fleet capacity.
ACC Aviation welcomes David Macdonald as Head of Global Business Development to maximise commercial opportunities across ACC’s complementary service proposition.
ACC Aviation welcomes Conor Sproat as Vice President – Leasing to further enhance the business’s market-leading ACMI leasing capabilities.
ACC’s wet leasing experts explore the possibility of ACMI leasing during and after COVID-19, and how the current market circumstances have impacted ACMI lease rates, aircraft availability and contract terms.
Revenue from Hajj and Umrah tourism travel is set to grow exponentially by 2022. We look at the unique aspects of aircraft leasing in the Middle East and how ACMI can play an important role for carriers operating flights for tourists embarking on these annual pilgrimages.
Director of Leasing, Dave Williams, from ACC’s market-leading wet leasing division, reveals what his role and that of his team entails and identifies the reasons for the growth of wet leasing and, looking ahead, the opportunities and obstacles for the industry.
As we approach the European peak for aviation, ACC’s Director of Charter, Richard Smith, discusses the challenges faced by commercial airlines when one of their fleet is grounded during the year’s busiest operational period