Tag: Air Charter Association

USA now second largest country for The Air Charter Association membership

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) has seen exceptional international growth in recent months, leading to the USA now representing the second largest country for membership. As part of the Association’s strategy to increase member opportunities and value, The ACA is continuously working to g...

VOO joins the Air Charter Association and attends the Spring Lunch in London

VOO, the B2B private jet marketplace that delivers instant bookings, has become an official member of the Air Charter Association. By meeting all the necessary requirements, VOO has become part of a worldwide network of members accredited as experienced and trustworthy professionals. Membershi...

Challenge Group joins The Air Charter Association

Challenge Group is the new member of The Air Charter Association and wishes to actively contribute to its activities. The company thus joins the leading worldwide trade association for companies and individuals engaged in aircraft charter. Inspired by the concept of the shared economy as found...

Appointment of Chief Executive of the Royal Aeronautical Society

David Edwards has been appointed as the Chief Executive of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) in place of Sir Brian Burridge who is stepping down. David Edwards will take over as Chief Executive on 20 September. Until recently David was Chief Executive of the Air Charter Association and le...

The ACA appoints Glenn Hogben as joint deputy chair

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) is appointing experienced aviation consultant Glenn Hogben as joint deputy chair, sharing the role with existing deputy chair Julie Black, to help steer the association and its members through the litany of challenges currently faced by the char...

Statement from The Air Charter Association on the UK Government’s new quarantine measures

On 22 May 2020, the UK Government announced the quarantine measures to be imposed in the UK from 8 June 2020. On behalf of the global air charter industry, The Air Charter Association is both surprised and disappointed that the UK Government has introduced this new policy after virtually no disc...

Air Charter Association, EBAA and BBGA on the AAIB Sala accident report

The following response can be attributed to The Air Charter Association (The ACA), the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) following the publication of the Sala accident report conclusions by the UK's Air Accidents Investig...

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