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Edwards steps down as CEO of charter association
Even though Dave Edwards was part-time CEO of The ACA, his workload has increased considerably. He has decided to return to the commercial world, and the association is inviting applications for a full time successor.

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) is seeking a new CEO to succeed Dave Edwards, who has led the association as part-time CEO since 2017.

Chairman Kevin Ducksbury says: “We have taken enormous strides serving and representing our global membership since Dave took on the CEO position. He has done an outstanding job in representing our industry to governments and regulators, in helping fight illegal charter, in championing best practice and in encouraging the next generation of talent to join our ranks.

“With our successful development, the CEO's workload has increased considerably. After three years as part-time CEO, Dave has informed us that it's time for him to return full time to the commercial world, and we are therefore inviting applications from suitably qualified leaders who are excited about leading the association into the next phase of its growth.”

The new CEO is to take over at the end of 2020.

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