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  1. 1. CARGO AIRCRAFT CHARTERS Air Charter ServiceNORTH AMERICA - SOUTH AMERICA - EUROPE - AFRICA - MIDDLE EAST - CIS - ASIA
  2. 2. COMPANY OVERVIEW Air Charter Service is one of the largest air charter companies in the world, generating revenue of over $350 million, coordinating 5,000 full charters and has offices across North America, South America, Europe, Africa, CIS, the Middle East and Asia. ACS accredits the company’s success to dedication to its core values; providing outstanding service, unrivalled flexibility and unparalleled value. HISTORY ACS was first founded by Chris Leach in 1990, an aviation expert, who has CONTENTS experienced every aspect of the business first hand, from coordinating passenger flights across Europe in the 1970s, to transporting personnel and aid in and out of Sudan during the 1980s. It was this knowledge that 3 Company overview enabled him to win his first key contracts with organisations such as the 4 Reasons to charter with ACS United Nations. 6 Heavy & outsize cargo When ACS first opened, the charter market had been deemed saturated, with a small number of large established companies controlling the market 8 Hazardous goods along with a handful of smaller brokerages. Many thought that there was 10 Urgent ‘Go Now’ charters not enough room for a new big player; however ACS’s commitment to personal service proved popular, in what had been described, by some, as 12 Isolated locations & hostile environments a complacent market. 14 Humanitarian aid In the years that followed ACS grew organically. With continual re-investment, 18 AOG Services ACS was able to open regional offices in strategically placed locations, across the globe. ACS now employs over 200 staff worldwide, who speak 20 Passenger charters local languages and have expertise in their own regional markets. 22 Cargo aircraft facts2 3
  3. 3. REASONS TO CHARTER WITH ACS • International network of offices, speaking over 20 local languages. • Financial security, trust in a large and financially secure company. • Trusted supplier, to governments and top freight forwarders worldwide. • Hands on experience and expertise gathered on the tarmac. • Global buying power, commanding airport slots, cost reductions and time savings. • Full range of aircraft. • Personal Service with individual account managers. • In-house compliance and legal department, ensuring aircraft are regulated by local CAA authorities. • Not a franchise, ACS ensures each office delivers the same high standard as the last, no offices are franchised and each • 24 hour operations, providing an immediate response. office adheres to the same set of meticulous guidelines. • Carbon Neutral for over 3 years, off-setting operation emissions and donating to a variety of worldwide projects from • Expert knowledge in all aspects of aircraft chartering. hydro-electric power plants to wind farms. • Award winning training regularly received from ACS directors and outsourced professionals, with over 20 years experience. • Flight support department, coordinating ground support and airport communications. ...your trusted cargo partner for over 20 years.4 5
  4. 4. HEAVY & OUTSIZE CARGO CASE STUDY Transporting heavy and outsize cargo is a challenging Chartering an ‘outsize’ load (2010) procedure which requires skill and expertise. By utilising a detailed knowledge of cargo aircraft volumes and loading CARGO: Control unit abilities, ACS can organise outsize and heavy cargo to be transported effortlessly. WEIGHT: 36 tons AIRCRAFT: Ilyushin-76 ACS is a longstanding, trusted supplier for many organisations ROUTE: Vatry International, France – Port Harcourt, Nigeria who regularly require outsize and heavy cargo charters, to carry cargo such as; In 2010 ACS’s expertise was called into action when a client, an experienced sea freight organisation, urgently required an aircraft • Oil industry equipment to transport an extremely awkward load. The product could not be dismantled, so transporting the item in one piece was the only option. • Power station parts • Marine diesel engines Meticulous planning was required and the cargo only just squeezed • Engineering constructions inside the Ilyushin-76 aircraft. It was by applying years of experience • Aircraft components and discussions with various operators that ACS was able to determine • Satellites and communication equipment whether it was in fact loadable at all. ACS ensured the operation would be successful by making sure the loadmasters went to the site, measured • Vehicle transportation and checked everything before a contract was agreed. The cargo fitted • Film and music stage sets with only millimetres to spare and arrived safely in Port Harcourt.6 7
  5. 5. CASE STUDY HAZARDOUS GOODS Moving hazardous cargo requires a specialist skill set, Oil refinery charter in Africa (2010) customers can rest assured when chartering with ACS whose account managers receive regular expert training CARGO: Oil refinery components and are knowledgeable in routing restrictions and the latest regulations. AIRCRAFT: Embraer 110 ROUTE: Cape Town, South Africa – Pemba, Mozambique – Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania Areas of expertise: • Explosives In 2010, ACS was asked to provide a charter for 2 different pieces of dangerous cargo, class 1 and 7 explosives and radioactive materials. • Gases • Flammables Within 30 minutes ACS located an Embraer 110 aircraft available for • Substances liable to spontaneous combustion immediate charter. Due to the size of the oil refinery components, the • Oxidizing substances and peroxides cargo could easily fit onto one aircraft as long as they were properly • Toxic and infectious substances segregated in-flight. Once confirmation had been received the aircraft was positioned for loading first thing the next morning. • Radioactive materials • Corrosives ACS also worked overnight, organising the over flight and landing • Magnetised materials permissions essential for the transportation of dangerous goods. RADIOACTIVE II EXPLOSIVE 1.4 G S 7 18 9
  6. 6. URGENT ‘GO NOW’ CASE STUDY Volcanic ash cloud travel restrictions backlog (2010) CARGO: Automotive spare parts AIRCRAFT: x 2 Learjet 35 ROUTE: Zurich, Switzerland - Gander, Canada - Chicago, USA. Subsequent to the reopening of European airspace, following the air travel restrictions caused by the volcanic ash cloud in 2010, ACS received Chartering aircraft within an hour from confirmation. an urgent request to charter a small amount of automotive spares for a Utilising account managers, flight support departments, production line. legal teams and compliance advisors all working together to ensure operations are fast and effective. ACS immediately set to action, the cargo, originally built up on a number of wooden pallets, was broken down into individual boxes, thus enabling A longstanding supplier to “just in time” industries, including: them to be loaded onto smaller jets. The cargo was then flown to the USA via Canada, where the cargo was transhipped onto its final destination • Manufacturers using two separate Learjet 35 aircraft. • Automotive industry charters A European aircraft was used for the first half of the journey, and an • Energy industry charters American aircraft for the second part. By mobilising two separate, smaller • Special express, same day delivery aircraft and transhipping the cargo between them in Canada, ACS was able to save time by avoiding lengthy delays caused by traffic right applications By booking with ACS you can rest assured that even when and positioning flights. In offering Canadian accredited aircraft, ACS was your consignment is running late, your aircraft will wait for also able to obtain Canadian permits much faster than flying the cargo you, enabling you to always make your delivery deadline. direct from Europe to the USA, saving the client vital time. TESTIMONIAL: ACS has been the mainstay for our emergency automotive solutions via aircraft charter. They provide a professional, reliable, cost- effective service that meets all our worldwide requirements. Thanks to Air Charter Service our emergency requirements are made that little bit easier to organise and fulfil. Branch Manager – Express Logistics Provider10 11
  7. 7. ISOLATED LOCATIONS & CASE STUDY HOSTILE ENVIRONMENTS ACS is an expert in organising charters into isolated locations and hostile environments, often impossible to reach by scheduled service. Providing a full range of benefits: Afghanistan Military Base cargo charters (2009 – 2010) • Superior knowledge of operators approved for hostile and remote locations CARGO: Construction Equipment • Strong military and governmental contacts AIRCRAFT: Ilyushin-76 • Fast track permits and documentation • Experience with on the ground security and personnel ROUTE: Fujairah International Airport, UAE - Camp Bastian Airport, Afghanistan • Up to date knowledge of time restrictions and airport slots in numerous isolated and hostile locations. Due to the impending danger of travelling along the roads connecting Kandahar and Camp Bastian, ACS had been asked to conduct many CARGO OPERATIONS: Delivering essential items for: charters into the region, at times up to 30 per month. One programme in particular ran for 8 months, whereby ACS organised a series of 65 • Humanitarian aid charters, carrying essential construction equipment. • Vehicles and helicopters • Post deliveries Having previous experience into the region ensured the project ran • Industrial materials without a hitch, such as selecting the most effective aircraft for the • Consumer goods mission, which was an IL-76. This was due to the aircraft’s ability to land • Camp supplies on shorter runways, take off on a higher gradient and perform spiral landings - a technique commonly used when flying within war zones. PASSENGER OPERATIONS: Organising safe and secure passenger movements. In 2009 ACS flew over 7000 passengers Other considerations included keeping to schedule, due to military into and out of Iraq and Afghanistan, then in 2011 moved over permissions taking two days to authorise, the unavailability of fuel at 5000 passengers out of Libya following the unrest. the airport and ground handling limitations at the base. • Crew movements • Government and Charity visitations • Search and rescue teams • Medical evacuations • VIP’s • Contractor Movements12 13
  8. 8. HUMANITARIAN AID In emergency situations, it is vital that support is delivered to those in need urgently. However it is situations such as CARGO CHARTERS these which face the greatest logistical problems. ACS can Our cargo department works closely with aid agencies and governments support NGOs, governments, relief organisations and aid to ensure that the maximum help gets to the people who need it most, agencies to ensure relief aid reaches its final destination quickly and at the lowest possible cost: safely and in as little time as possible. • Medicines and medical equipment ACS has a proven track record in providing aid relief • Vital rescue equipment charters in almost every major relief operation around the • Shelter and clothing globe over the last 19 years, overcoming all obstacles no • Vehicles matter their size, including: • Food and water • Somalia (1992-93) • Goma (2009) PASSENGER CHARTERS • Rwanda (1994-95) • Zimbabwe (2009) • Kosovo (1999) • Palestine (2009) Travelling into a disaster situation can be treacherous, ACS can ensure • Iran (2003) • Indonesia (2009) passengers arrive safely and as quickly as possible: • Sudan (2004) • Haiti (2010) • Governmental personnel • Asian Tsunami (2004-2005) • Pakistan (2010) • Rescue teams • Pakistan (2005-2006) • North Korea (2010) • NGO staff • Central America (2007) • Egypt (2011) • Aid workers • Burma (2008) • Libya (2011) • Darfur (2008) • New Zealand (2011) • Medic teams & doctors • Journalists No matter the scale of the operation, whether it is an ad-hoc • Fire fighters single leg trip or a much larger requirement utilising numerous aircraft to multiple locations within the affected ACS also has experience in mass evacuations, requiring multiple aircraft region, ACS has the experience and knowledge to provide to move survivors out of affected areas rapidly. the best charter solution.14 15
  9. 9. CASE STUDY Haiti Humanitarian Relief Response (2010) Throughout the re-development of Haiti ACS was on hand, performing a long CARGO: 5,000 tons of emergency aid and equipment running program of cargo air charters for over 12 months after the quake. PASSENGERS: 400 passengers Moving more than 5,000 tons of aid, and utilising over 20 types of aircraft from CHARTERS: 100+ Cessna Caravans to Antonov 124s, ACS moved vital cargo which included: AIRCRAFT: 20 aircraft types • Construction materials and equipment • Food In January 2010 an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter scale hit • Relief kits Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, killing tens of thousands of people and • Tents devastating the capital and surrounding areas. In the months which followed, • Blankets ACS chartered over 100 aircraft and carried 5,000 tons of emergency aid into • Water purification tablets the region. • Medical supplies • Toys The first ACS aircraft to depart for Haiti flew from London Gatwick with • Books the British search and rescue team, and was airborne within 8 hours of • Kitchen sets confirmation. Despite the severe weather conditions in London, ACS, in partnership with Gatwick airport, was able to clear the runway of snow In addition to this, during the initial response phase, ACS provided more than enabling the plane to depart ahead of other commercial traffic. 75 rapid response aircraft charters delivering emergency aid and personnel, including: ACS played an important role throughout the entire Haiti relief effort, ensuring that, despite the ongoing communication problems, operations • Search and rescue staff ran smoothly, with the help of 3 ACS staff members who remained on- • Aid workers site at Santa Domingo and Port-au-Prince airports. The ACS staff members • Rescue dogs coordinated aircraft slots, handling and passenger offloading and, by having • Doctors local support, ACS was able to maximise the amount of aid delivered into the • Search and rescue vehicles and equipment region and ensure the transit was fast and problem free. • Journalists16 17
  10. 10. AOG SERVICES CASE STUDY AOG Response (2009) CARGO: Aircraft engine WEIGHT: 15 tons ACS, is a one-stop solutions provider, offering a full range of AIRCRAFT: Antonov 124 support services for Aircraft On Ground (AOG) situations. ROUTE: Stansted, London – Boston, USA With 24 hour operations, ACS can respond immediately, In July 2009 ACS received a request from an in-house ensuring your airline keeps flying. forwarder to a major British Airline who had an AOG aircraft in Boston which urgently required a new engine. AOG SOLUTIONS The engine manufacturer was based in the United Kingdom, When an airline becomes grounded because of a so the only choice was to charter an aircraft to fly the engine mechanical fault, ACS can charter an aircraft with any from the UK to the United States. The selected aircraft was required spare parts and engineers to fix the problem. No an Antonov 124 because of the size of the part being over matter the size of the required part, large or small, ACS are 4 meters high. ACS quickly set to work and within 2 days of experts in providing ‘Go Now’ charters for outsized cargo, confirmation the aircraft was ready to load and depart. transporting everything from aircraft engines, nose cones and avionics equipment. The engine promptly arrived at the airport by trailer where ACS was on-hand to help coordinate the loading of the engine onto the aircraft. The charter was a success and the airline was able to regain its schedule and keep its fleet flying.18 19
  11. 11. PASSENGER CHARTERS EXECUTIVE AIRCRAFT Experts in flying a wide variety of executive clients including: • Government officials • High net worth individuals • FTSE 500 business executives • TV/film personalities • Musicians • Sports professionals Air Charter Service is also world renowned for providing passenger aircraft charter solutions, supplying a full range • Corporate sponsors of aircraft from helicopters, to piston jets, light jets, heavy ACS can provide a wide range of service styles for business jets and airliners. or leisure charters worldwide. The passenger charter services are divided into two separate departments, executive aircraft for under 19 passengers and commercial aircraft for upwards of 19 COMMERCIAL AIRLINERS passengers. ACS also has a long history of providing large scale operations for wide variety of passenger groups, including: • Football teams and supporters • Sports events • Oil and gas crew movements • Personnel logistics • Tour operators • Orchestra charters • Music tours • MICE • Product launches20 21
  12. 12. CARGO AIRCRAFT FACTS AIRCRAFT FIXED WING MAXIMUM HOLD HOLD SIZE DOOR SIZE AIRCRAFT FIXED WING MAXIMUM HOLD HOLD SIZE DOOR SIZE AIRCRAFT FIXED WING MAXIMUM HOLD HOLD SIZE DOOR SIZE AIRCRAFT FIXED WING MAXIMUM HOLD HOLD SIZE DOOR SIZE PAYLOAD VOLUME (LxWxH) (WxH) PAYLOAD VOLUME (LxWxH) (WxH) PAYLOAD VOLUME (LxWxH) (WxH) PAYLOAD VOLUME (LxWxH) (WxH) 600 kg 3 m3 270 x 103 x 105 cm 65 x 105 cm 6,000 kg 55 m3 1055 x 180 x 180 cm 267 x 172 cm 32,000 kg 238 m3 3327 x 353 x 213 cm 340 x 218 cm 85,000 kg 600 m3 4800 x 350 x 245 cm 355 x 259 cm Piper PA-31 1,322 lbs 106 ft3 106 x 40 x 42 ins 25.5 x 41 ins HS 748 13,225 lbs 1,942 ft3 416 x 71 x 71 ins 105 x 68 ins B757-200F 70,530 lbs 8,400 ft3 1311 x 139 x 84 ins 133 x 86 ins MD 11 187,340 lbs 21,188 ft3 1891 x 138 x 91 ins 132 x 91 ins 1,200 kg 12 m3 835 x 110 x 105 cm 135 x 130 cm 6,000 kg 61 m3 1336 x 210 x 190 cm 228 x 175 cm 39,000 kg 240 m3 3300 x 528 x 230 cm 358 x 256 cm 92,000 kg 580 m3 4490 x 545 x 286 cm 485 x 287 cm Metro II 2,322 lbs 423 ft3 329 x 43 x 41 ins 53 x 51 ins Fokker 27 13,225 lbs 2,153 ft3 526 x 83 x 75 ins 90 x 69 ins A310-300F 85,956 lbs 8,472 ft3 1299 x 188 x 94 ins 141 x 101 ins IL-96 202,825 lbs 20,482 ft3 1768 x 214 x 113 ins 191 x 113 ins 1,350 kg 4.5 m3 368 x 127 x 120 cm 160 x 109 cm 6,300 kg 40 m3 1110 x 220 x 160 cm 230 x 171 cm 40,000 kg 180 m3 3200 x 340 x 231 cm 340 x 230 cm 103,000 kg 633 m3 4413 x 582 x 315 cm 362 x 305 cm Kingair 90 2,953 lbs 159 ft3 145 x 50 x 47 ins 63 x 43 ins An-26 13,885 lbs 1,412 ft3 437 x 86 x 63 ins 90 x 67 ins B707 88,160 lbs 6,356 ft3 1260 x 134 x 91 ins 134 x 90 ins B777-300F 227,076 lbs 22,354 ft3 1737 x 229 x 124 ins 142 x 120 ins ND 356 x 249 cm 1,400 kg 7 m3 340 x 120 x 120 cm 122 x 115 cm 8,200 kg 76 m3 1795 x 226 x 175 cm 294 x 180 cm 41,000 kg 180 m3 3100 x 317 x 203 cm 355 x 215 cm 111,500 kg 605 m3 4800 x 486 x 304 cm ND 140 x 98 ins Cessna 406 3,086 lbs 247 ft3 134 x 47 x 47 ins 48 x 48 ins ATR 72 18,073 lbs 2,683 ft3 706 x 89 x 75 ins 50 x 60 ins DC-8 54/55 90,365 lbs 6,354 ft3 1220 x 124 x 80 ins 140 x 85 ins B747-200 245,746 lbs 21,365 ft3 1890 x 191 x 119 ins SD 340 x 312 cm SD 134 x 123 ins ND 356 x 249 cm 1,500 kg 14 m3 590 x 133 x 144 cm 180 x 143 cm 8,400 kg 78 m3 1565 x 195 x 180 cm 250 x 172 cm 42,000 kg 367 m3 3116 x 442 x 250 cm 340 x 244 cm 120,000 kg 605 m3 4800 x 486 x 304 cm ND 140 x 98 ins Bandeirante 3,306 lbs 494 ft3 232 x 52 x 56 ins 71 x 56 ins BAe ATP 18,514 lbs 2,753 ft3 616 x 76 x 71 ins 98 x 68 ins B767-200 92,568 lbs 12,955 ft3 1226 x 174 x 98 ins 134 x 98 ins B747-400 264,480 lbs 21,365 ft3 1890 x 191 x 119 ins SD 340 x 312 cm SD 134 x 123 ins 1,500 kg 17 m3 635 x 127 x 147 cm 133 x 138 cm 10,000 kg 52 m3 1050 x 215 x 220 cm 226 x 220 cm 43,500 kg 300 m3 3550 x 477 x 245 cm 358 x 256 cm 120,000 kg 800 m3 3650 x 640 x 440 cm 640 x 440 cm Dornier 228 3,306 lbs 600 ft3 250 x 50 x 57 ins 52 x 54 ins An-74 22,040 lbs 1,836 ft3 413 x 85 x 87 ins 88 x 86 ins A300 B4 35,874 lbs 10,590 ft3 1398 x 188 x 96 ins 141 x 101 ins An-124 264,480 lbs 28,251 ft3 1437 x 252 x 173 ins 252 x 173 ins 1,800 kg 18 m3 700 x 185 x 166 cm 125 x 146 cm 10,000 kg 85 m3 1270 x 260 x 190 cm 330 x 190 cm 45,000 kg 240 m3 3400 x 317 x 203 cm 355 x 215 cm 250,000 kg 1,100 m3 4300 x 640 x 440 cm 640 x 440 cm LET-410 3,967 lbs 635 ft3 275 x 52 x 65 ins 49 x 57 ins BAe 146 22,040 lbs 3,000 ft3 500 x 102 x 75 ins 130 x 74 ins DC-8 62 99,180 lbs 8,475 ft3 1340 x 124 x 80 ins 140 x 85 ins An-225 551,000 lbs 38,846 ft3 1693 x 252 x 173 ins 252 x 173 ins ND = Nose door 2,000 kg 12 m3 835 x 110 x 105 cm 135 x 130 cm 15,000 kg 104 m3 2100 x 310 x 220 cm 340 x 215 cm 48,000 kg 180 m3 1850 x 345 x 325 cm 345 x 325 cm Metro III 4,408 lbs 424 ft3 329 x 43 x 41 ins 53 x 51 ins B737-200 33,060 lbs 3,672 ft3 827 x 122 x 87 ins 134 x 85 ins IL-76 105,792 lbs 6,356 ft3 787 x 136 x 128 ins 136 x 128 ins SD = Side door 2,500 kg 11 m3 610 x 153 x 140 cm 188 x 137 cm 15,000 kg 135 m3 2000 x 280 x 220 cm 355 x 203 cm 48,000 kg 240 m3 3900 x 317 x 203 cm 355 x 215 cm Falcon 20 5,510 lbs 388 ft3 240 x 60 x 55 ins 74 x 54 ins L-188 Electra 33,060 lbs 4,763 ft3 787 x 110 x 86 ins 140 x 80 ins DC-8 71/73 105,792 lbs 8,472 ft3 1535 x 124 x 80 ins 139 x 84 ins AIRCRAFT ROTARY WING MAXIMUM HOLD HOLD SIZE DOOR SIZE PAYLOAD VOLUME (LxWxH) (WxH) 3,500 kg 40 m3 925 x 185 x 185 cm 141 x 165 cm 18,000 kg 85 m3 1325 x 280 x 240 cm 280 x 240 cm 51,000 kg 650 m3 2650 x 430 x 430 cm 430 x 430 cm 4,000 kg 23 m3 534 x 230 x 180 cm 234 x 182 cm SD 360 7,715 lbs 1,412 ft3 364 x 73 x 73 ins 55 x 65 ins An-12 39,672 lbs 3,000 ft3 521 x 138 x 97 ins 110 x 94 ins An-22 112,400 lbs 22,954 ft3 1043 x 169 x 169 ins 169 x 169 ins Mil Mi-8 8,816 lbs 812 ft3 210 x 90 x 71 ins 90 x 71 ins 3,500 kg 35 m3 1000 x 200 x 216 cm 216 x 174 cm 21,000 kg 140 m3 1707 x 302 x 274 cm 302 x 274 cm 54,000 kg 438 m3 3980 x 442 x 250 cm 340 x 254 cm 4,000 kg 17 m3 681 x 180 x 147 cm 130 x 135 cm DC-3 7,715 lbs 1,235 ft3 394 x 79 x 85 ins 85 x 68 ins L-100-30 46,285 lbs 4,940 ft3 672 x 119 x 108 ins 119 x 108 ins B767-300F 119,020 lbs 15,460 ft3 1531 x 174 x 98 ins 134 x 98 ins AS 332 8,816 lbs 600 ft3 268 x 71 x 61 ins 51 x 53 ins 3,700 kg 30 m3 920 x 162 x 130 cm 130 x 128 cm 22,000 kg 144 m3 2683 x 318 x 216 cm 340 x 218 cm 55,000 kg 420 m3 3300 x 360 x 274 cm 431 x 284 cm 5,000 kg 7 m3 452 x 130 x 132 cm 120 x 120 cm Saab 340 8,155 lbs 1,376 ft3 362 x 63 x 52 ins 47 x 46 ins B727-200 48,488 lbs 5,083 ft3 1056 x 125 x 85 ins 134 x 86 ins L-1011 121,220 lbs 14,826 ft3 1300 x 141 x 108 ins 170 x 112 ins Ka 32 11,020 lbs 247 ft3 178 x 51 x 52 ins 47 x 47 ins 5,000 kg 56 m3 1300 x 175 x 191 cm 127 x 153 cm 28,500 kg 170 m3 3100 x 318 x 200 cm 340 x 210 cm 65,000 kg 451 m3 3725 x 356 x 234 cm 350 x 260 cm 20,000 kg 110 m3 1200 x 320 x 310 cm 290 x 320 cm ATR 42 11,020 lbs 1,977 ft3 511 x 89 x 75 ins 50 x 60 ins TU-204 62,814 lbs 6,000 ft3 1220 x 125 x 83 ins 134 x 83 ins DC-10 30 143,260 lbs 15,926 ft3 1468 x 220 x 92 ins 140 x 102 ins Mil Mi-26 44,080 lbs 3,883 ft3 473 x 126 x 122 ins 126 x 122 ins22 23
  13. 13. Copyright © Air Charter Service Plc. All rights reserved [28.04.2011]USA T: +1 516 432 5900 SPAIN T: +34 94 667 0516CANADA T: +1 416 628 9422 SOUTH AFRICA T: +27 10 590 1099BRAZIL T: +55 11 3586 0500 RUSSIA T: +7 (495) 775 4271UK T: +44 (0)20 8339 8555 UAE T: +971 (0)4 214 9333FRANCE T: +33 (0)140 094 202 HONG KONG T: +(852) 2167 1818GERMANY T: +49 69 509 528 530 JAPAN T: +81 (0)3 3238 5313www.aircharterservice.com Air Charter ServiceNORTH AMERICA - SOUTH AMERICA - EUROPE - AFRICA - MIDDLE EAST - CIS - ASIA

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