Air Charter Service (ACS) one of the leading names in cargo and passenger air chartering, organised a Boeing 737-200 to carry a group of 19 passengers from Dubai (DXB), UAE to Sana’a (SAN), Yemen on Sunday 23rd September to sign a deal for a Nuclear Power project. And all this was successfully achieved with just three days notice.
The project to fund five nuclear power reactors over the next 10 years is estimated at a cost of $15 billion, and aims to generate electricity and desalinate sea water in order to meet the needs of Yemen’s growing urban population and boost the country's industrial development.
The VIP passengers included American and Canadian investors who had originally requested the use of a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ), but due to the limited notice given an alternative aircraft had to be found.
Dmitriy Korshunov, General Manager of ACS Dubai commented:
“The customer was looking for a particular executive aircraft, but due to the extremely short notice the requested BBJ was unavailable. ACS continually monitors in excess of 50,000 aircraft worldwide, so we were able to more than satisfactorily cater for our customer’s needs by recommending the B737-200, which they were delighted with.”
Not only was the flight a complete success, ACS additionally on request provided an exceptional VIP arrival and departure service, which is convenient and can be arranged for groups of any size.
ACS prides itself on quality service with great flexibility to suit the customers’ needs. Once again ACS was able to deliver a full service and leave another of their valued customers satisfied.
Contact the ACS team at firstname.lastname@example.org