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NBAA: UAS gets DreamJet charter management award

Posted 9 October 2017 · Add Comment

Dubai-based UAS International Trip Support is to provide charter management of the Dream Jet, the Boeing 787 VVIP jet owned by Asian operator Deer Jet,

The jet offers 7-star hospitality services along with the advanced technology that makes it healthier, more comfortable, and more energy efficient. Capable of flying non-stop over 16,000 kilometres and for 18.5 hours straight, and accommodating up to 40 passengers, the aircraft has a main lounge, dining area, and guest cabin, it also has an impressive and spacious master bedroom, dressing area, and washroom.

The Dream Jet will be based at the strategic hub of Dubai and UAS will be promoting the aircraft to its Middle Eastern and European customer base of UHNWI, and Royal and Presidential entourages.

Over the past few months, the Dream Jet has attracted international attention throughout its world tour. UAS has supported Deer Jet and its one-of-a-kind aircraft at exclusives displays and viewings by UHNW individuals and royal family members in several places globally, including Hong Kong, Shanghai, London, Dublin, Seattle, Marrakesh, Doha, Jeddah and Paris.

Omar Hosari, UAS chief executive said said: “The Dream Jet is an exquisite aircraft, unlike anything else available on the planet. We have already begun successful charter flights for it in the past few weeks, and are confident that this aircraft will continue to surpass the expectations of even the most demanding clients.”

 

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