THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS AIR TRAVEL WITH AIR CHARTER SCOTLAND
23 March 2023
2023 is shaping up to be a big year for business travel. Flying by private jet charter is an increasingly attractive option for companies and corporations returning to travelling for business. The past few years have been challenging for the aviation sector, which in turn, across the industry...
AIR CHARTER SCOTLAND’S SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
8 March 2023
Air Charter Scotland’s vision is to be a leading company in a net zero world. Sustainability is a priority for Air Charter Scotland and the broader aviation industry. Working with leading climate consultancy and project developer South Pole, Air Charter Scotland continues to progress towards a...
AIR CHARTER SCOTLAND MARKS FLY LEGAL DAY
20 January 2023
Fly Legal Day On 21st January 2019, Premiership Footballer Emiliano Sala and his pilot, David Ibbotson, tragically lost their lives when an illegally chartered aircraft they were on crashed into the English Channel. In memory of this fatal accident, the Global trade association for...
AIR CHARTER SCOTLAND OFFERS TWO NEW EMBRAER PRAETOR 600s FOR CHARTER
17 January 2023
Air Charter Scotland Ltd (ACSL) has ushered in the New Year with additional charter capacity in the shape of two brand new, super mid-size Embraer Praetor 600 business jets. Our new G-MCEN is positioned out of London Luton Airport at Signature Flight Support’s FBO, while our new G-GDAB’s main...
WINTER EUROPEAN BREAKS YOU’LL NEVER FORGET
30 November 2022
Winter is one of the best times to visit Europe, and private jet is the perfect way to travel during the season. Air Charter Scotland are here to help you plan the ultimate European winter break to discover tradition and culture across the continent.
AIR CHARTER SCOTLAND HIGHLIGHTS EXPANDED EASA CAMO APPROVAL
29 September 2022
Air Charter Scotland Ltd (ACSL) and its Malta-based European subsidiary Air Charter Scotland Europe Ltd (ACSE), are pleased to be able to offer full Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services both in the UK and Europe.