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No Charge For Operators Ordering Sustainable Aviation Fuel Through UAS

No Charge for Operators Ordering Sustainable Aviation Fuel through UAS

UAS will not charge handling fees for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) ordered by operators for the next six months. The sustainability incentive designed to encourage SAF uptake will run for six months.  Inspired by UAS’ commitment to sustainable aviation, this incentive is designed to motivate operators to convert to SAF and encourage suppliers to make SAF more accessible globally.
UAS Global Trip Manager Technology To Launch At EBACE 2022

UAS Global Trip Manager Technology to Launch at EBACE 2022

Operators can now enjoy the fastest, most powerful trip management system on the market. Launching at EBACE 2022, UAS Global Trip Manager technology gives even greater control of all planning activities and delivers fast, efficient, and simple access to all trip details, from anywhere and at any time. The web and mobile-based trip planning application provides real-time updates and information on all service requests globally, so operators have the power to manage all their trip planning needs as well as manage their own company profile, including personnel, contacts, fleet, documentation, etc.
UAS Gears Up For The Return Of EBACE With A Packed Schedule

UAS Gears Up for the Return of EBACE with a Packed Schedule

The European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE 2022) gets underway at Geneva's Palexpo from May 23-25. The UAS team will be exhibiting at booth A22 and welcoming delegates and offering expertise on the best customized international trip support solutions to meet operators’ unique needs. UAS will launch its advanced trip planning technology, Global Trip Manager, with delegates invited to stop by and enjoy a demo at booth A22.
New EASA Fuel Rules Benefit Operational Efficiency And The Environment

New EASA Fuel Rules Benefit Operational Efficiency and the Environment

Both airline operators and the environment will benefit from a new European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) fuel rule.   As part of EASA’s efforts to reduce aviation’s carbon footprint, the recently published regulatory change allows air operators to reduce the amount of fuel carried for diversions and delays during operations. According to EASA, improved risk assessment methods and data enable a more precise risk assessment without compromising safety so additional fuel requirements can be optimized.
UAS To Offer Global Expertise At SDC 2022 In San Diego

UAS To Offer Global Expertise at SDC 2022 in San Diego

2022’s first business aviation gathering, the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference gets underway at the San Diego Convention Center from April 5-7. The UAS team will be exhibiting onsite, meeting delegates, and offering expertise on the best customized international trip support solutions to meet operators’ unique needs. The team will also be sharing its knowledge and experience in two presentations taking place during the event.
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