LONDON – ACC Aviation is one of the world’s pioneers in proving world aviation services. The company is pleased to announce its sole all VIP configured Boeing 757-200 is now ready to commence charter operations as the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority has certified the aircraft as fit for commercial use.
The aircraft is now under the Bermudan Air Operators Certificate, or AOC of Freedom II.
The aircraft bears the registration of VP-BBE and has carried famous individuals from celebrities, business leaders and government charters. The airline has carried individuals such as Lady Gaga, and the entire football team of Liverpool.
Chief Executive Officer of ACC Aviation Phil Mathews stated with excitement: “Taking on this aircraft is a great opportunity for our expanding team of aviation professionals across our business.”
“The charter industry is experiencing incredibly high levels of demand for both private jets and larger commercial airliners, and this aircraft has historically serviced clients in both markets. ACC Aviation has a truly global network of partners built up over 20 years, and we are excited to be bringing this unique aircraft to the charter market”.
ACC Aviation, founded in 2002, in the United Kingdom, specialises in aircraft sales and marketing, aircraft brokerage and charter, ACMI and aviation consultancy. The company is well equipped to operate this 757VIP to high-profile clientele.
The 757 has 62 seats available for ad hoc and charter programs. Although founded in the UK, the company has offices all over the world, with facilities and representatives in Dubai, Addis Ababa, Kuala Lumpur, Florida and New York.
The Boeing B757 is one of Boeing’s most well-known, durable and popular airframes. The aircraft features an impressive range with unmatched performance such as cruising speed and altitude and industry-leading cabin comfort for its class and age.
This particular 757 Freedom II boasts a tailored designed 62-seat configuration, which captures various customers from, private chartered, corporate charter, and government charter, which requires flexible transport solutions for larger travel groups, which Freedom II offers.
Freedom II is set to benefit from upcoming global events such as touring programmes, MICE ( meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions ) travels, FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and the aircraft is suitable to cater for these types of travellers.
Phil Mathews further commented on Freedom II: “We are thrilled for Freedom II to have this unique aircraft on its AOC. With high demand for private jets and large commercial aircraft, there could not be a better time to bring this aircraft back to the market, and we are excited to see first enquiries coming through.”
ACC Aviation has uniquely positioned itself, as most charters of airliners to VIP modifications are struggling to find themselves in the charter model, but the company somewhat managed to weather this problem by focusing on large corporate groups.