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Article from BTNews 1 FEBRUARY 2021

Air charter growth

Reporting on its 2020 business, Reigate, UK-based ACC Aviation says that in spite of the pandemic, it has seen air charter sales growth up 200%.

“While the on-going crisis has brought its challenges, it has presented a great opportunity for us to embark on the next phase in our organisational journey, while continuing to be a dependable resource to our customers and suppliers during this tumultuous time,” said CEO Phil Mathews.  With bases in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, UAE and the USA, ACC supports legacy, low-cost carriers and regional airlines, plus business aviation operators.

Established 20 years ago and under Phil Mathews’ leadership since 2018, ACC Aviation has now consolidated its aircraft wet leasing team, ACMI24; its dedicated air charter division, ACC Charter, both in the UK, together with Dubai-based Aerotask, under the ACC Aviation brand.

“The move reinforces the strategic development and growth that ACC has undergone over the last three years,” he added.

“Entering 2021 we are committed to further enhancing our service quality, robust industry relationships and the comprehensive expertise we are known for with a stronger, unified market presence.  This will enable us to deliver a more consistent customer experience and even greater support to clients and suppliers, now and in the future.”


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