The introduction of Global Trip Manager and the partnership that brings the PPS flight planning system into its service portfolio are among the new features available to UAS International Trip Support customers (booth A22).
The Global Trip Manager web and mobile app provides more control over business planning and “provides quick, efficient, and easy access to all the details of the trip, from anywhere, anytime,” says UAS. Features include real-time tracking of all service requests and verification of on-demand flight status; summer shorts, fuel issues, hotel vouchers and GenDecs; API integration with passport, visa and health information; and chat capabilities directly related to the team / travel owner.
“The app has been designed to bridge most of the minor points experienced by operators and give them full and immediate control over all travel planning activities,” said Mohammad Husary, co-owner, co-founder and CEO of UAS.
UAS has also teamed up with Danish aviation support to add PPS flight planning to its technology offering, with UAS offering PPS subscribers professional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. PPS, used by hundreds of operators in more than 90 countries, provides worldwide coverage and can be tailored to the requirements of individual operators.
The support offered by UAS is a “real advantage of accessing PPS” through its platform, Husary said. “Too often, problems with the system or a lack of knowledge about certain locations mean relying solely on the internal team. With UAS experts available to support or take over the flight plan at the moment, operators can ensure they make the most of the platform.
The Dubai-based travel support specialist presents his new technology offering on his EBACE screen.
The UAS is also participating in two panel discussions at Palexpo in Showroom 1: Operations Director James Collas will join the panel for “Operational Challenges in the Next 12 Months” on Monday at 2 p.m .; and Husary will discuss “Long-Term Strategies for the Future of Business Aviation” at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
In addition, the UAS will host its own album, The Forward Discussion, on Monday at 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
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