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UAS expands its operations into Asia Pacific region

Posted 20 November 2014 · Add Comment

Dubai-headquartered UAS International Trip Support has continued its 2014 expansion and growth with the opening of two new offices. The first of which is an Asia Pacific headquarters in Hong Kong and secondly a regional office in Beijing. The opening of these offices is a clear demonstration of UAS' recognition of the importance of the Asian market.

The Hong Kong Headquarters joins the American, African and Middle East headquarters to become UAS’ fourth global headquarters. Like its overseas counterparts, the Hong Kong Headquarters will have a full in-house operations team available 24/7, 365 days a year which aims to offer an exceptional standard of trip support and planning to its clients. This operations team acts as an extension of client’s flight departments.

Mohammed Husary, UAS Executive President (pictured left) said: “Hong Kong was an obvious choice for a number of reasons not least its strategic location with fantastic accessibility. The Hong Kong headquarters enables us to have greater coverage in the entire Asia Pacific region. Hong Kong itself is a major global business hub with existing sophisticated infrastructure. It is also a very popular destination for our clients so by opening our headquarters there we are able to give them more support which has always been our number one priority.”
 

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