UAS International Trip Support opened an office in New Delhi to expand its services in the Indian subcontinent. Last year, UAS opened offices in Hong Kong and Beijing, and these joined the network of UAS facilities, which include continental headquarters in Houston, Johannesburg and Dubai. The company also operates regional offices in Lagos and Nairobi and ground-handling operations in 37 countries. The new Indian office is located at Indira Gandhi International Airport.
“It’s a great time for the Indian economy; the growing vitality of the entire subcontinent is clear,” said Mohammed Husary, UAS co-founder and executive president. “It’s also a rapidly growing business jet market.”
The Delhi office—led by Vinay Garg, UAS regional director for the Indian subcontinent—handles domestic and international flights. “Whether you need to get to Mumbai or Islamabad on urgent business, the Maldives or Sri Lanka for a well earned break or transit through Bangladesh, we are here to provide the best service possible,” he said. UAS plans to add more airport supervisors and customized products in India.