Air Center Helicopters (ACH) Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Air Center Helicopters (ACH)'s estimated revenue is currently $18M per year.
- Air Center Helicopters (ACH)'s estimated revenue per employee is $230231
- Air Center Helicopters (ACH) has 78 Employees.
- Air Center Helicopters (ACH) grew their employee count by 20% last year.
- Air Center Helicopters (ACH) currently has 1 job openings.
|John Bean||Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer|
|Jared Smitherman||Director, Integrated Logistics|
|Wendy Lank||Director, Business & Financial Controlling|
|Matthew Lowe||Director of Safety|
|Brett Hartnett||Founder & Dirctor ResQ / Director Personnel Recovery (PR) - Casualty Evacuation (CASEVAC) Programs|
|Rich DeLucia||Vice President, Programs|
|Derek Fry||Director of Business Development|
|Scott Chappell||Base Safety Manager / Crew Chief|
|Stan Kartes||Chief Pilot|
What Is Air Center Helicopters (ACH)?
Air Center Helicopters Inc. is an Expeditionary Aviation company located in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Specializing in offshore and remote helicopter operations. Established in 1986, Air Center has operated on 5 continents supporting our commercial and government clientele.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Air Center Heli...||$18M||78||20%|
|Elite Line Serv...||$97.7M||425||39%|
|AERIA Luxury In...||$9.8M||43||10%|
|GDC Technics, L...||$89.1M||387||11%|
Air Center Helicopters (ACH) News
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