MEMBER OF THE AIR CHARTER ASSOCIATION (ACA)
Accessair is proud to become a member of the Air Charter Association and to join its 280 members. ACA accreditation guarantees an outstanding professionalism and trust from all its members.
The Air Charter Association is an international association of companies in the aircraft charter industry, benefiting therefore from the advantages of its membership.
The industry of private jets and jet charting handles large amounts of money. As such, membership in this association ensures the security of booking and monitoring your travel by an ACA-accredited operator. In addition, it guarantees aviation experts with extensive knowledge in the field and ready to meet all the most demanding customer requirements, within a legal and innovative framework.
Air Charter Association strongly recommends that private jet users always book their travel through ACA certified charter sites.
ACCESSAIR’S ADVANTAGES WITH THE NEW ACA CERTIFICATION
The new ACA certification allows Accessair to be accredited as a professional and trusted company in the air charter market, allows to enter the global air charter network and to guarantee state-of-the-art training of its staff.
MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (IATA)
Accessair is also a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and holds an IATA code. This association is an international trade organization of air transport companies, and a lobby.
ACCESSAIR’S ADVANTAGES WITH THE IATA CERTIFICATION
Belonging to the International Air Transport Association and having an IATA code has many advantages, including
– Authorization to sell international and domestic tickets on behalf of airlines, making it easier for customers to book because their only point of contact is Accessair;
– Access to a single standard billing and payment interface between Accessair and the airlines;
– Recognition by the global tourism industry with the unique IATA code;
– Global consumer confidence;
“Today, IATA’s mission is to represent, lead and serve the air transport industry. It has approximately 240 member airlines, including the world’s leading passenger and cargo airlines, which account for 84% of global air traffic.”
-M. Alexandre de Juniac; CEO of the International Air Transport Association