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UAS enters into strategic partnership with 4Air
4Air's dedication to aviation sustainability is evident through its comprehensive suite of programmes, covering voluntary sustainability initiatives, regulatory monitoring and compliance, and sustainable aviation fuel.
UAS co-founder and CEO Omar Hosari and 4Air COO Nancy Bsales.
Read this story in our June 2024 printed issue.

UAS International Trip Support (UAS) and 4Air have announced a strategic partnership that will see UAS offer sustainable aviation solutions to its global clientele of heads of state, VVIPs, Fortune Global 500 companies, commercial airlines and business jet operators. This partnership supports UAS' goal to provide its clients with end-to-end aviation solutions and become a one-stop shop for all aviation needs.

4Air's dedication to aviation sustainability is evident through its comprehensive suite of programmes, covering voluntary sustainability initiatives, regulatory monitoring and compliance, and sustainable aviation fuel inventory management. Engaging with industry stakeholders including fuel producers, suppliers, FBOs and end-users, as well as environmental and industry associations, 4Air's commitment to reducing the cost of decarbonising aviation reinforces its aim of making sustainability accessible and cost-effective for industry stakeholders.

“Decarbonising the aviation sector is a key challenge to solve. And this is central to UAS' mission to revolutionise the travel experience. We want to set a new standard for sustainable aviation and play our part in the achievement of our industry's carbon neutrality goals. Therefore, we are delighted to now offer award-winning sustainable aviation solutions to our clients and to enter a partnership with 4Air, a globally renowned leader in the field. We are continuing to embrace sustainability and help to reshape the future of aviation,” says Omar Hosari, UAS co-founder and CEO.

UAS customers will have facilitated access to 4Air programmes, including access to regulatory monitoring and compliance, carbon offsetting, SAF book and claim, and even their Aviation Climate Fund, aimed at supporting research for future aviation technologies.

4Air is proud to embark on this partnership with UAS. By integrating our award-winning sustainability solutions into UAS' comprehensive aviation offerings, we aim to empower UAS customers with the knowledge and tools they need to more easily integrate sustainability into their operation and make meaningful strides towards long term sustainability goals,” comments Nancy Bsales, COO of 4Air.

UAS is also delivering on its promise to elevate the horizons of aviators worldwide by ensuring clients a seamless travel experience that is pleasurable and stress-free. In the realm of aviation technology, UAS is delivering this through Global Trip Manager, the trip management system that gives users greater control of their trip planning activities by making it faster, easier and more efficient to access all trip details, anywhere and at any time.

UAS Global Trip Manager was designed to enable effective, real-time interactions and provide immediate access to vital trip information, guaranteeing a smooth and uninterrupted user experience. Whether on the go or at the office, the technology's cross-platform availability means that users have the power to manage their trips effortlessly, with all the necessary tools and data at their fingertips.

Two years after its launch, UAS continues to enhance Global Trip Manager's capabilities and bolster user benefits with new features being continuously added to ensure that operators enjoy even more capabilities, connectivity and ease.

Earlier this year, a new live chat function enabled users to communicate immediately and directly with the UAS operations team so they could stay fully informed and enjoy full disclosure throughout the planning and execution phases of their trip. This made the technology even more comprehensive and efficient, garnering extremely positive feedback.

Innovation is continuing with the development of self-service options as well as a suppliers communication portal. And Advanced Passenger Information System (APIS) integrations will further enhance travel security and immigration compliance, fuel quotations and hotel and transport bookings.

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