New Routing to Malta is Expanding Fast

Since expanding their European ACS network to Malta in September this year, the demand for this route has surprised some and early indications show it could develop into one of the Heathrow based GSA’s most popular destinations.

‘We are always looking for feedback from our customers and a request to open a routing to Malta was something that caught our attention’ says Ellie Hart, Managing Director of Hart 2 Hart Express. ‘We began the negotiations in the summer and after a lot of hard work behind the scenes with the ACS team and local ground handling agents we were able to offer this new route to our clients’.

That hard work looks to have come good as Malta has already become one of Hart 2 Hart’s strongest routes and a valuable addition to their nightly flight service to over 40 European destinations.

Ellie Hart went on to add ‘Our service to our customers is our number one priority, we’ll do whatever we can to ensure customer satisfaction in the most cost-effective way. Repeat business is the key to any company’s success and we work hard to ensure that our customers and their clients are happy with the service we provide and maintain an ongoing professional partnership.

‘As well as our nationwide same day service, our European flight network is going from strength to strength and we are always working on adding new routings if the demand is there. Eastern Europe is becoming more popular and our eye is now on Belarus…watch this space!’.

Destinations serviced by the ACS network are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

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