How the FAA might be changing commuter comfort standards on flights
1 February 2019 by Jessica BarrieIt isn’t your imagination – airplane seats have been shrinking since the eighties. Until now, passengers have tucked in their elbows, squeezed their knees together and grumbled under their breath, but all this might be changing. About time, we say!
Planes and Architecture: adding airspace to the wood, sea and desert
1 February 2019 by Jessica BarrieToday, architecture is taking a new and surprising shape as aircraft are used in urban, forest, and desert settings – as homes or office space for out-of-the-box thinkers. Welcome to the coolest architectural trend of building with planes.
Atlanta airports prepare for private jet influx as Super Bowl LIII approaches
31 January 2019 by Glenn PhillipsAs the New England Patriots prepare to take on the Los Angeles Rams this weekend, Atlanta’s airports are gearing up for a busy few days, with more than 1,000 private jet flights anticipated for the big game.
Trailblazing women of flight
29 January 2019 by Claire EllisWhether you fly commercially or prefer to charter a private jet, there are a number of remarkable women who have helped to modernize your flying experience and pushed the aviation and aerospace industries to reach greater heights. Read on for our take on some of the greatest women in aviation history.
ACS ramps up investment in Brazil as it continues record year
28 January 2019 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, is continuing its commitment to investing in South America, with the expansion of its Brazilian operation.
Airbus pioneers its first sustainably-fueled jets in the USA
24 January 2019 by Jessica BarrieAirbus delivered the USA’s first five sustainably-fueled aircraft at the end of 2018, marking a brave new era for the aviation industry and making huge strides towards reducing CO2 emissions. But what does it mean for the future of aviation?
ACS IN ACTION: A Chartered Conference
23 January 2019 by Claire EllisA travel agent approached us needing a full charter solution for passengers flying to delegate conferences across Europe.
Aerobatics: Extreme Pilots and Types of Flight
23 January 2019 by Jessica BarrieThe jaw-dropping rolls, loops and slides of extreme flying are more than just crowd-pleasers at air shows around the world. A century on, aerobatics in competition and at airshows is wildly popular and big business. Here’s what you might not know about crazy, exciting, life-saving extreme flight.
1,500 private jets predicted to descend on Davos this week
21 January 2019 by Glenn PhillipsThis week the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) will bring business leaders from around the world to the Swiss town of Davos, and Air Charter Service predicts there will be close to 1,500 private jet flights over the week.
Aviation mythbusters: dispelling the top aviation myths
20 January 2019 by Jessica BarrieEver wondered if planes really dump human waste in mid-air, or whether there’s a real threat to using your mobile phone or laptop during take-off or landing? Is cabin air really a health hazard? Do you get drunk faster in the air? Separate the myths from the truth in our latest blog.
Private Jets of World Leaders
17 January 2019 by Claire EllisFrom presidential to royal fleets, find out how some of the most influential world leaders are making their way around the world for matters of state and leisure.
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