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BACA Becomes The Air Charter Association

In 1949 the Baltic Air Charter Association was founded at London’s Baltic Exchange. Throughout the past 70 years the association has represented the interests of professional organizations and individuals working in the air charter industry with regulatory authorities and Governments around the globe.

With only two brand refreshes in those 70 years, the Council has taken the opportunity to mark the 70th anniversary with a brand and identity change to The Air Charter Association.

The new branding presents a clear identity to stakeholders and partners and will allow the council and management team to move forward on the many key issues facing the industry, particularly illegal charters, security, training and best practice. The new brand was officially launched by Chairman, Nick Weston, at the Association’s 70th anniversary event held at the Institute of Directors in London’s Pall Mall at a special event on July 4th.

The Air Charter Association will be marking its 70th anniversary at a number of events in the next year, including its Air Charter Expo (ACE) event at London Biggin Hill Airport on September 17th, the Excellence Awards Lunch on October 16th, the Spring Lunch in 2020 and at the evening Networking Event during EBACE in Geneva, in May, 2020.

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