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ACS takes on larger premises in Toronto
The new office has twice the floorspace of the old place, allowing ACS to push forward with growth plans in order to cope with the ever-growing demand in Canada.
The ACS Toronto team now have room for cake in their significantly larger office space.

Air Charter Service has moved its Toronto operation in Canada to a much larger office space following impressive growth over the past few years.

CEO Justin Bowman comments: "Our Toronto office has been one our best producing operations for several years and is now our fourth largest in terms of staff numbers, arranging just shy of 2,000 charter contracts last year. We are looking to build on the thriving Canadian charter market by moving into an office that can accommodate our planned growth for the region."

Gary Hopkins, CEO of ACS Canada, adds: "Since I opened the office here in 2010 we have consistently grown the business, and this new office gives us twice the floorspace of the old place. It will allow us to push forward with our growth plans, which we need to, in order to cope with our ever-growing demand here in Canada."

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