Air Charter Service (ACS) enjoyed a “stunning first six months”, according to chief executive Justin Bowman, reporting revenue of £240.5m (US$312m), up 23% on the same period a year ago.
Mr Bowman stressed that ACS’s past year had been “beyond our most optimistic projections” and had been boosted by a number of one-off events.
Cargo flights have increased by 21% and the jobs performed by the onboard courier (OBC) division climbed by the …
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