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UAS enhances service in India with ground handling clearance

Posted 2 November 2015 · Add Comment

Dubai based flight support company, UAS, now has the freedom of direct ramp access and can therefore provide more personalised and customised supervision for its clients.

This development also ensures the UAS standard of service in India as UAS personnel can deal with the handling directly and no third party involvement is necessary.

 

A huge challenge many operators face during operations into India is transparency in receiving information. Currently, UAS station managers can ensure the most reliable and trusted information about operations and services across India. UAS’ strong, professional relationship with local authorities means smooth flight transitions, and direct ramp access ensures the highest level of service quality. 

 

Since the launch of the New Delhi office in April 2015, UAS has experienced massive demand for its services in the region, including flight planning, overflying and landing permits, ground handling supervision, fuelling, catering, assistance in customs/immigration clearance, hotel and transport.

This increased market penetration is part of the company’s sustained international expansion strategy.

 

“This is a great coup for UAS and our clients flying into and out of India. We can now provide superior supervision of all ground activities and therefore provide even more efficiency and peace of mind for our clients,” according to Vinay Garg, UAS regional director, Indian Subcontinent. “Our job is to respond to our clients’ demands, and give them the best service on the ground and in the air.”

 

“We are determined to give our clients the best service, support and quality. Ramp access in India will ensure that our clients, their passengers and crew really feel the difference,” added Omar Hosari, UAS cofounder and CEO. 

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