Notices & News
ACS reports strong half year results
26th September 2014
Aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has reported a strong first half of the year for all three of its divisions in both revenue and charter numbers. Chairman, Chris Leach, observes: “The figures across the board make pleasant reading. Every department – private jets, commercial airliners and cargo – has grown by more than 10% in terms of number of charters, and our overall revenue increased by 10% to £135m ($230m) for the six months ending July 31st.
“Commercial Jets is our ‘newest’ division and therefore, understandably, had the largest increase in terms of growth which justifies our strong investment in staffing and technology, with plans to expand this offering to some of our offices which currently do not have commercial jet specialists.
“Our Cargo department appears to have recovered well from 2013, which I think everyone in the industry would agree, was a bad year for the overall market and, after a slow start to the year, charter numbers are up by 22% year on year at this stage.
“Whilst some offices in our Private Jet division have grown more than others around the world, the growth is very evenly spread, with no market-driven particular variances of note, but overall a pleasing increase of 10.2% in number of charters.