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UAS honours the ‘best in business aviation’

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes

Coinciding with this year’s Dubai Air Show, global aviation solutions company UAS International Trip Support is once again honouring the best in business aviation at its annual Outstanding Suppliers’ Awards ceremony. The awards will be presented by Mr. Mohammed Husary, UAS Executive President at an event for business aviation friends and media at Jet Aviation’s stunning FBO conveniently situated adjacent to the Dubai World Central Airport. 

Of the eight awards being announced today, two service providers repeat their success from last year with Jet Aviation named as Global Service Provider – Best Customer Service, and ExecuJet Middle East retaining the accolade as Best Handler in the Middle East. 

The remaining six awards go to new recipients who are being celebrated for their hard work, excellent standards and consistent quality. The portfolio of winners marks the wide geographical reach of UAS with winning companies stretching from Belo Horizonte, Brazil to Cairo, Egypt and on to Hong Kong, China.   All of them will be in Dubai to accept their honours.  This year’s roster features:

 

  • Global Fuel Supplier: ENOC
  • Global Service Provider-Best Customer Service: Jet Aviation
  • Best Handler in Africa:  Z-Aviation Services
  • Best Handler in Americas: Líder Aviação
  • Best Handler in Europe: Skylink Services Ltd.
  • Best Handler in CIS Countries: Eastunion Business Aviation
  • Best Handler in Asia Pacific and Indian Subcontinent: Asia Flight Services Co. Ltd.
  • Best Handler in Middle East:ExecuJet Middle East LLC.    

The winners reflect the strict selection process UAS undertakes when selecting vendors (evaluating performance consistency over the past 12 months.)   They have won their awards following an evaluation of feedback from UAS team members, assessment of client satisfaction reports and input from the UAS Procurement Department which continually monitors service levels from UAS suppliers. 

The first UAS Outstanding Suppliers Awards took place in 2015 and have since become an important institution for the company, celebrating UAS’s leading industry partners in every region as well as the best performing handlers. 

“UAS sets the benchmark for customer service and standards as our partner selection is always based on a rigorous assessment. We congratulate this year’s award winners. They reflect our most excellent strategic partners of the last twelve months which have consistently responded to all our customer demands, no matter how difficult or complex. We are delighted to work with them, as well as all our partners around the globe, all of which represent the best in operational excellence,” said Mr. Husary.

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