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Member Benefits

Membership fees

Corporate Members are directly involved in the supply or support of aircraft and their operation, such as operators of aircraft, airports and their subsidiaries, brokers, GSAs, FBOs, fuellers, flight planning, aircraft spares, caterers.

An Associate Member is not directly involved in the support or operations of aircraft, such as banks, lawyers, media, financiers, insurers.

Corporate Membership

1 – 10 employees £350 per year
11 – 25 employees £485 per year
26+ employees £595 per year

Associate Membership

1 – 10 employees £550 per year
11 – 25 employees £750 per year
26+ employees £950 per year

Retired Membership


Member Benefits

  • Membership of the largest air charter industry association in the world.
  • The Air Charter Association endorsed broker accreditation scheme that is run by Argus and which provides a genuine benchmark for standards of market conduct.
  • A code of practice and rules that seek to raise market standards and give meaning to The Air Charter Association membership as a standard of conduct in the air charter market.
  • A number of fantastic networking opportunities, including two spectacular lunches which are attended by hundreds of members and guests at some of London’s largest formal venues, to encourage networking and business opportunities.
  • Informal networking opportunities such as an annual charity golf day and other events, including our industry famous Mr Pickwick event at EBACE.
  • FREE training days on relevant topics for members and their staff.
  • Thought leadership, training and shared issues and ideas to help make the market work better for members and for all participants, including an on-line training platform.
  • Representation at various industry events around the world, at which members can participate.
  • Annual Air Charter Excellence Awards competition.
  • Providing member operators with access to all the major European charter brokers.
  • A Council who can represent members at governmental or official level if required, and to promote the interests of members.
  • Membership of the Baltic Exchange, which is one of the most prestigious organisations in the City of London. Members have access to the meeting rooms, lounge, bar and excellent restaurant at the Baltic Exchange building in the heart of London’s business sector.
  • Internal notices of important regulatory changes or urgent security warnings.
  • Access to the Air Charter Association recommended Escrow service.
  • FREE internal online publicity and news service between members and access to offers posted by other members or third parties offering preferential terms or other benefits.
  • Informal access to the Chairman and Council to help resolve conflicts between members or between members and third parties.