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ACS opens in Atlanta

Air Charter Service (ACS) has opened its sixth office in the USA in Atlanta, Georgia.

Joseph Chiantia will manage the office. Chiantia previously worked at ACS’s New York office; prior to joining the company he worked for the US Coast Guard.

Richard Thompson, ACS’s president of US operations, said: “We identified Atlanta as an important hub for both passenger and cargo flights a long time ago. Our Atlanta client base is considerable and has been built up over a number of years by our other US offices and now is the time to provide our customers here local representation.”

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