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Guibert takes helm at ACS Switzerland
With years of hospitality and aviation experience behind him, Arthur Guibert brings European influences to the role of CEO in the Geneva office of charter broker ACS.
ACS Switzerland CEO Arthur Guibert.

Air Charter Service has welcomed Arthur Guibert as CEO for its Swiss office in Geneva.

Chairman Chris Leach says: "After working for several years in the hospitality and aviation sectors in France, Belgium and the UK, Arthur joined a private jet specialist in Switzerland in 2017, rising to the position of head of business development at the company three years ago. He brings with him a wealth of experience across Europe, in both private jets and customer service, and will enhance our charter offering and bring the kind of leadership to take our Geneva office to the next step."
Guibert adds: "It is an exciting time to be joining ACS Switzerland, after what was an excellent last quarter of 2023 and a great start to this year. We have a fantastic team here and I cannot wait to get started on the planned growth for the office."

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