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Hunt and Palmer awarded Charter Operators’ Broker of the Year at ACA awards

Hunt andamp; Palmer have been awarded Charter Operators' Broker of the Year - a brand new category for 2022 at The Air Charter Association's annual awards. The award recognizes the value the brokerage community delivers in facilitating executive, commercial and cargo air charters. Chairman Jeremy Palmer accepted the accolade from Alex Harrington, Commercial Director of the category sponsor, Titan Airways, at the Brighton Metropole Hotel last week. Palmer thanked operator clients for their nominations. "The broker/operator relationship is very special. Our clients entrust us to look after their travel needs and cargo requirements with the utmost discretion and care," Palmer said. "Therefore, our choice of operator for the range of missions we support is crucial to meeting and exceeding everyone's expectations. Mutual respect and attention to detail are also very important, so this accolade, from the ACA's member operators, is truly appreciated." Companies see Air Charter Association membership as a benchmark to assuring their partners and clients of their reputation and professionalism. The ASA is globally recognized by a membership of 320 in more than 50 countries across six continents. The association has broadened its representation in cargo and airline markets. Hunt andamp; Palmer has been a member of The Air Charter Association since 1986. The group specializes in the charter of sole-use aircraft over a broad spectrum of leisure, corporate, private, music touring and logistics market sectors. There are seven companies in the UK and overseas headed by Hunt andamp; Palmer PLC, including Hunt andamp; Palmer Cargo Charters Ltd, Premier Aviation (UK) Ltd, Hunt andamp; Palmer USA Inc, Hunt andamp;Palmer Hong Kong Ltd, Hunt andamp; Palmer PTY Ltd and Aircraft Chartering Services Ltd.
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