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New Delhi opening gives ACS a second office in India
Air Charter Service has always had clients in New Delhi, so having a physical presence there will benefit existing customers and allow it to connect to new ones. Former Mumbai manager Aman Arora heads up the office.
Branch director Aman Arora with the New Delhi team.

Air Charter Service has opened its doors in the capital of India, New Delhi, the company's second office in the country and 33rd overall globally. The company opened its hugely successful Mumbai office almost 12 years ago, which has gone from strength to strength since. 
Ashish Wastrad, CEO of ACS India, comments: “Last year was one of our best years in terms of charter numbers and this year, so far, is surpassing even those figures. We have always had a lot of clients in New Delhi but feel that having a physical presence there will not only benefit our existing customers in the area but also allow us to connect with many new ones."
Heading up the office will be Aman Arora, who moves from his managerial position in Mumbai. Wastrad adds: “Aman joined us more than seven years ago and has shown great leadership skills in his time with us; I am certain that he is the right person to launch the office in New Delhi and grow the business in the capital and the surrounding regions.”
Arora says: “My team and I cannot wait to get started here in New Delhi. I, personally, have been dealing with clients from here for a very long time, and it will be hugely beneficial to be so near to them and work closer with them, as well as to expand our business in the city and the surrounding regions.”

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