The ACMI division of Chapman Freeborn, has placed five long term aircraft contracts spanning over three continents.
Using non-group capacity, this development will be beneficial for suppliers to place aircraft in low season and provide clients with aircraft during peak season.
This rapid business growth within the ACMI department highlights Chapman Freeborn as world-class market leaders in their field, adapting to trends.
Scott Collier, President of ACMI said:
“It’s been an important week for the ACMI team, securing these five aircraft during the peak IATA summer season presented its own challenges. When considering that all five aircraft are cross-regionally leased, with three units being counter seasonally placed for the Lessors, this clearly highlights the global market leading strength that we possess at Chapman Freeborn, as well as the expertise and experience within the ACMI team, to overcome the different regulatory challenges that each region presents. With 30 offices globally, we’re always well placed with local market knowledge and are easily able to understand the cultures and languages in order to secure such long-term contracts that benefit both the Lessor and Lessee; none more so highlighted than in the last 7 days.”