ACC Aviation Group partnered with national flag carrier, Ethiopian Airlines, to fly hundreds of fans to Madrid for the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool FC and Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday 1st June 2019.
In recent years, grey charters have been making headlines. Our experts talk about the growing trend in illegal charter operations and how you can avoid them.
Aerotask talks about the changing market dynamics caused by the global grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and the potential opportunities for its predecessor, the Boeing 737 NG.
Aerotask has successfully concluded the acquisition of Afghani airline, Kam Air’s, second ATR 42-500 aircraft.
The role of aircraft charter in minimising the impact of air travel on player performance and the importance of using a reputable air charter expert.
Following its successful expansion into Asia and North America, ACC Aviation Group announces its acquisition of global aviation consultancy Aerotask.
ACC Charter Executive, Matt Feldon, talks about how private jet charter provides an essential logistical tool for the world’s most in-demand artists and DJs.
ACC Aviation Group has been ranked in Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 2019, recognising the UK’s fastest-growing mid-market companies.
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.
Leading aviation service provider, ACC Aviation Group, is opening a regional office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The announcement was made by CEO Phil Mathews, speaking at this year’s ACC Airline Conference at the Hilton London Gatwick Airport on Wednesday 7th November 2018.
Leasing Manager, Andy Peirce, from ACC’s market-leading wet leasing division, ACMI 24, 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.
Love is in the air; and there are few better ways to sweep the love of your life off their feet than by whisking them away on a private aircraft charter.
Exhibitors and their clientele are able to enjoy the flexibility of utilising the most convenient airports, on a schedule that suits them, as well as the superior comfort, discretion and security of being able to travel with their goods in the cabin with them.
Away fixtures are an inevitability in the world of sport and, when ground arrangements aren’t an option, tackling air travel can be a challenge.
Whether for Valentine’s Day, a special occasion or simply because you feel like escaping for a few days, a weekend getaway for you and your loved one can be just what you need.
There are few occasions more glamorous than the launch of a new hotel. At the end of last year, ACC flew more than 250 guests, including celebrities, stage equipment and wardrobe, for the official launch of a luxury resort.
One of the most common questions we’re asked is, “how much does it cost to hire a private jet?” The simple answer is that it depends.
For tour operators and travel companies, series aircraft charter is more of a necessity than a choice.
How do you choose between private charter and flying first class? Both have clear advantages, but ultimately, it all depends on what your travel needs are.
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