London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 25, 2008 -- The Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA), the world's largest and most prestigious network for aircharter professionals is pleased to acknowledge the recent achievement of long-standing member Titan Airways. On his recent trip to the United States, UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown chose to fly aboard a Titan operated Boeing 757 â 200.
The Titan aircraft departed from the Royal Suite at Londonâs Heathrow airport on the 16th April 2008 direct to New York Newark airport. The whole trip, which lasted just 4 days also took the Prime Minister to Andrews Air Force Base in Washington DC and then on to Boston. The aircraft left Boston after the Premiers hectic schedule to fly back to London Heathrow, arriving back on the morning of the 19th April.
âThe flights were a great success for Titan Airways,â said BACA Chairman Markham Jackson. Jackson further noted, âFor the fourth time, Titan Airways have been included in the Times Profit Track 100. Only three companies have appeared on Profit Track 100 in the past nine years. This is a significant accomplishment for Titan and our industry.â
A representative from Titan Airways will be on-hand at BACAâs forthcoming Awards Luncheon on 24 April, being held at Plaisterersâ Hall, 1 London Wall. Titan is one of three airlines to be short listed by BACA for Best Passenger Charter Airline.
At the Awards Luncheon, BACA will formally unveil a number of significant image changes, all aimed at better informing the public, the press and the political world as to the importance of the air charter industry and the forward-looking nature of the association.
BACA representatives are available for interviews and commentary. To schedule an interview, please contact Sarah Chase at Image Line Communications: E-mail: email@example.com / Tel: +44 (0)20 7689 9009.
About Titan: This year, Titan Airways celebrates its 20th Anniversary. Titan Airways has achieved profits in every year of operation so far. Chartering aircraft from its London Stansted base the airlines customers include noted cruise lines, pop groups, blue chip organisations, finance houses, major tour operators and well-known international car companies. Titans profits have grown 69% a year from Â£1.8 million in 2004 to Â£8.7 million in 2007.
About BACA: BACA, with its official maxim âOur Word, Our Bond,â is the widely respected as the world's largest and most prestigious network for aircharter professionals. BACA represents the interests of commercial aviation companies particularly in the aircharter industries and markets. Current membership includes some 125 companies, which represent numerous airbrokers, charter airlines, airports, business aircraft operators, freight forwarders, consultants and others.
BACAâs principal objective is to promote integrity and ethical business practices so members can deal with each other with confidence, regardless where they're based or whether they have met each other before. BACA is the successor of the Airbrokers' Association founded by members of the Baltic Mercantile and Shipping Exchange in March 1949. Its purpose was to bring to aircraft chartering the same standards of integrity and professionalism for which the Baltic Exchange and the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers had, for so long, been known and respected. BACA council members are always available for commentary and interviews. BACA is headquartered at the Baltic Exchange at 38 St. Mary Axe in London.
More information can be found on their web site: http://www.baca.org.uk