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ACAM offers clients covered parking at Seletar
Asian Corporate Aviation Management has a history of upholding high standards, which came in very handy when COVID-19 hit. Its charter operation has IS-BAO Stage II, while its FBO achieved IS-BAH Stage I in January.
Short and long term parking is available at Seletar.

Asian Corporate Aviation Management (ACAM), a Singapore-based operator specialising in corporate aircraft management and CAMO, has closed off 2020 by reporting activities on a par with the previous year despite the global turmoil caused by the pandemic.

Looking ahead to 2021 ACAM, along with sister company ACAM Flight Support, has announced that as of June it is managing its own hangar facility at Seletar International airport and can offer clients both short and long term covered parking for aircraft up to and including Gulfstream G450 size. The hangar also allows the company to offer additional services including aircraft maintenance support and cleaning.

This additional facility for ACAM clients continues the trend that the company has established since its foundation in 2010, to continuously strive to offer the highest level of international standards.

Asia Corporate Aviation Management achieved IBAC IS-BAO Stage II during 2020 while ACAM Flight Support has had a busy year, achieving IS-BAH Stage I in January. It also gained NATA Safety 1st marshaller ratings for its ramp team and Safety 1st Clean Standard for its Seletar facility. ACAM holds US FAA International Aviation Safety Assessment Category 1 and is now listed in the top 10 operators by fleet size for the region.

CEO Darren Broderick says: “Our vision, since the founding of the company back in 2010, has always been to grow our business by being the very best at what we do. We have strived to attain the best professional standards in the business aviation sector. This put us in a good position when the COVID-19 pandemic hit the aviation world. We were able to adapt to this changing environment and give our clients confidence in our professionalism.”

Flight ops supervisor Joshua Maniar adds: “Across our company, providing world class service combined with implementing best safety practice is our goal. Both passengers and crew are telling us that they feel safe in our hands.”