Insurance premium hikes adding huge costs to Syrian relief flights
Logistics operators moving aid into Syria following last month’s earthquake have slammed insurance companies, claiming ...
Leading aircraft charter company, Air Charter Service, has announced plans to spend around £10 million over the next five years advancing the company’s charter booking technologies and online presence. Chris Leach, Chairman and Founder of ACS, commented; “Whilst we believe that the award-winning personal service that we offer will never be replaced entirely by technology, we are adapting the traditional brokerage model. Developments such as our popular jet prices app, which launched two years ago and allows customers to get instant charter quotations, enhance our customers’ ACS experience, as we move more online than in previous years.
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