UAS International Trip Support strengthens APAC presence


UAS International Trip Support has announced three new strategic partnerships with FBOs and service providers in Vietnam, Japan and Bali, enabling UAS to establish a stronger foothold in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

Further expanding its ground presence, UAS has announced T&T Aviation as its preferred partner for commercial aviation in Vietnam. The specialist in ground handling and other aviation services has direct access to all airports in Vietnam. This partnership also means UAS will have a dedicated on-site supervisor to serve flights at all airports. Additionally, the result of this partnership will be reduced costs for the client, improved quality control and a more reliable service all-round.

Recent strategic partnerships with two integral FBOs in the Asia-Pacific have contributed hugely to an enhanced UAS foothold in the region. IASS in Tokyo has been one of the pioneering FBOs in Japan since 1977. The partnership will see UAS clients benefit from priority parking, access to all FBO facilities, tailored pricing and dedicated staff to serve all flights. Similarly, partnering with Bali FBO operator PT Sari Rahuya Biomantara will ensure UAS clients benefit from all of the same advantages on the Indonesian island.

Since launching in November 2014, UAS’s continental headquarters in Hong Kong has been providing 24/7 support for clients in the region. Similarly, the Beijing regional office – launched at the same time – has been quickly establishing UAS as one of the leading global trip support providers in the greater China area. Recently, two new supervisors have been drafted into the UAS APAC team to meet client demand with even more immediate assistance. They will add their extensive industry experience and knowledge of specific requirements regarding China operations to the team at the Beijing regional office.

“Expanding our presence in APAC through partnerships and strengthening our team at the China regional office shows our intention to further improve our service level and meet growing client demands. Our strategic partnerships in the region mean our clients benefit from reduced costs, high quality and local expertise to match and exceed their expectations,” said Roman Stampoulis, UAS director, Asia-Pacific.

August 11, 2015

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