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The ACA hits record membership across 50 countries
Many companies view membership of The ACA as a key benchmark to assuring their partners and clients alike of their reputation and professionalism according to the association.
The ACA chairman Kevin Ducksbury.

With continued growth in its membership, The Air Charter Association (The ACA) is now recognised globally by members in more than 50 countries across six continents.

The association is delivering greater value to members than ever before; the recent launch of its partnership with 4Air offers members simple sustainability planning services, alongside its provision of continuous advice to deal with key industry challenges.

It is now a year since The ACA appointed Chris Adams as membership executive to further develop its international footprint and wider representation in the cargo and airline markets. His success shows with the addition of members in nine new countries so far in 2022, including Canada, Mexico, Kenya and Finland.

Adams says: “It's noteworthy that many of our new members view membership of The ACA as a key benchmark to assuring their partners and clients alike of their reputation and professionalism.”

Chairman Kevin Ducksbury adds: “We are delighted with the global expansion of The ACA, and we continue to maintain the highest quality of membership through stringent due diligence checks completed on all new applicants.”

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