ACC Aviation has been ranked in the Sunday Times Profit Track 2020 COVID-19 Edition, recognising the UK’s private companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years.
When one of our global security clients called requesting assistance in repatriating a group of NGO staff from Yemen, our dedicated aircraft charter team were faced with one of their most challenging COVID-19 missions to date.
Scientists, medical professionals and the international community at large are slowly piecing together a model for beating COVID-19. However, for business, the crucial question – one that nobody seems to be in a position to answer with any degree of confidence, is: how long will it last?
Spreading to more than 100 countries, the COVID-19 outbreak is causing disruption on an unprecedented scale. Governments worldwide have instructed national lockdowns – and with airlines unable to fly, aviation is one of the industries being hit hardest by this global crisis.
A message from ACC Aviation Group CEO, Phil Mathews, to our suppliers, clients, aviation industry colleagues and staff across the globe.
The Boeing 737 MAX aircraft has been grounded globally for almost a year. With the aircraft not expected to return to service until mid-2020, we reflect on its impact in 2019 and the potential repercussions for the year ahead.
In October 2019, Qantas Flight 7879 marked a peak in the age of “ultra-long-haul” flights; non-stop journeys that employ the longest routes physically possible, topping out at 20 hours of flight time. So what’s next? Are there any distance records left to break?
ACC Aviation has been ranked in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 for a third time, in recognition of the company’s significant growth.
Our relationship with personal transport is changing. Electric VTOL vehicles are almost certain to be the next big thing in aviation; but why do we need them, and how will they change the way we travel?