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US Customs' RSP gives UAS clients scheduling freedom
Inclusion in the border programme gives UAS the leverage and qualifications to be considered for overtime clearance requests that are outside of the standard posted hours.
As a member of the US CBP Reimbursable Service Programme, UAS can now request and pay for CBP overtime services at approved US entry ports where the hours of operation are limited.
Read this story in our November 2023 printed issue.

UAS International Trip Support (UAS) has included the US Customs and Border Protection's Reimbursable Services Program (RSP) to its comprehensive trip support solutions portfolio. As a member of the US CBP RSP, UAS can now request and pay for CBP overtime services at approved US entry ports where the hours of operation are limited.

This enhances operational flexibility and efficiency for UAS clients by empowering flights from overseas to directly reach their preferred destination on their preferred schedule, rather than being bound by CBP's designated hours. Inclusion in this programme gives UAS the leverage and qualifications to be considered for overtime clearance requests that are outside of the standard posted hours.

Airports where UAS can provide this service include:

- Boston Logan International, Massachusetts (KBOS)

- Brown Field Municipal, San Diego, California (KSDM)

- O'Hare International, Chicago, Illinois (KORD)

- Indianapolis International, Indiana (KIND)

- JFK International, New York (KJFK)

- Charles B Wheeler Downtown, Kansas City, Missouri (KMKC)

- Los Angeles International, California (KLAX)

- Nashville International, Tennessee (KBNA)

- Newark Liberty International, New Jersey (KEWR)

- Batton International, Wisconsin (KRAC)

- Teterboro, New Jersey (KTEB)

- Ted Stevens Anchorage International, Alaska (PANC)

“We are delighted to announce our inclusion in the Reimbursable Services Program (RSP) so we can better serve our clients flying to the United States and to be able to offer them enhanced flexibility and freedom with their schedules. Our Americas team are standing by to make their operations even more efficient and seamless,” says UAS co-founder and CEO Omar Hosari. “Our Houston team is expert in US Customs and Border Protection procedures and will ensure compliance and mitigate any impediments or challenges that could impact operations.”

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