Leading global business aviation company Deer Jet has announced Dubai-based strategic partner, UAS International Trip Support (UAS), as the exclusive global charter management company for the Deer Jet brand and will now manage an impressive fleet of 90 aircrafts including the world’s first 787 ‘Dream Jet’, currently being showcased at the Dubai Airshow.

Deer Jet has selected the best pilots and first-class stewards to deliver the ultimate service and a superior travel experience for travelers on the B787-8 Dream Jet. The jet can fly continuously for 18 and a half hours, or 16,000 kilometres. Prices start from $60,000 per hour.

UAS International Trip Support has been delivering award-winning, customized global flight support solutions since 2000. A one-stop shop for all aviation needs such as trip support, executive travel, and air charter needs, we are trusted by Heads of State, VVIPs, Fortune Global 500 companies, and business jet operators worldwide. In 2016, UAS marked a historic milestone when it entered a partnership with Asian premier business aviation group Deer Jet, a subsidiary of the Fortune Global 500 HNA group, to significantly accelerate its growth and expansion plans. UAS also channels its expertise and experience into the creation of game-changing technology solutions designed specifically for business aviation.


Deer Jet Co. Ltd was established in 1995 as the very first business jet operator in China providing clients with a comprehensive range of services including private jet charter, aircraft management, medical rescue, aircraft sales, maintenance, FBO/ground handling, helicopter operations, and luxury yacht services. To date, the company operates and manages a fleet of 90 aircraft flying to 820 airports across 180 countries and territories. Deer Jet operates the only BBJ 787 in VVIP configuration – The “Dream Jet” in the world. On December 2nd, 2016, the UK-based World Travel Awards (WTA) titled the company “The World’s Leading Private Jet Charter” for second consecutive year.


Source: Shamal Communications