Mohammed Al Husary
UAS Co-Owner/Founder, and Executive President
A pioneering aviation expert and corporate strategist, UAS Executive President, Mohammed Al Husary is responsible for formulating and implementing UAS’ strategy, global growth, and service sustainability. He became co-founder of the global organization in 2000 while in his early twenties.
Since childhood, Mr. Al Husary has been immersed in aviation. His father, Hisham, was a pioneer of aviation in the 1950s, instrumental in the development of civil aviation infrastructure in many countries in the Middle East. This drive and passion passed from father to son.
Over his career, Mr. Al Husary has received a series of industry accolades including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Sapphire Pegasus Business Aviation Awards 2018 and was named in the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Top 40 Under 40 for his leadership and business management skills at the helm of UAS. He is also the recipient of an Excellence Award from the British Institute of Transport.
As a Board Member of the Middle East Business Aviation Association MEBAA, Mr. Al Husary advocates for regional aviation interests. He is also a prolific media contributor on topics from aviation safety, international standards, and operations development to executive management, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Mr. Al Husary is also Chairman of the Husary Group, overseeing a portfolio of diverse holdings and subsidiary companies, as well as being an affiliate member of the Royal Aeronautical Society in the UK and being selected as an honored member of the Who’s Who historical society in 2005.
Believing strongly in serving the wider community, both as a business and a social entrepreneur, Mr. Al Husary sponsors a wide range of philanthropic social initiatives. He is also a member and lecturer at the Arab Professionals Forum of Mohammed Bin Rashid al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation.
Mr. Al Husary holds a Master’s of Science, Aviation and an Executive Master’s in Business Administration. In 2019, he began a three-year educational journey in the Owner/President Management Program with Harvard Business School in Boston.