Dubai Airshow presence is crucial to staying at the cutting edge of business aviation, says UAS International Trip Support
With an ambitious vision to provide international trip support services to places no one had serviced before, UAS International Trip Support credits its presence at Dubai Airshow with increasing its brand recognition and generating a substantial increase in its clients over the years.
The sheer number of visitors at the Dubai Airshow, which is expected to reach 65000 in 2015, provides UAS International Trip Support with increased visibility among key aerospace players and the opportunity to interact with its international target audience.
“An important element of succeeding in this industry is to put yourself in the right places and to meet the right people,” Says Mohammed Husary, UAS International Trip Support Co-founder and Executive President. “Our presence at the Dubai Airshow is crucial to stay at the cutting-edge of the business. We also relish any opportunity to meet prospective clients face-to-face and speak about how we can give them the best customised service to meet their needs.”
Providing private aviation trip support is an intricate process, and customers are very discerning when deciding where to place their trust. Since first exhibiting at Dubai Airshow in 2003, UAS International Trip Support found that it provided a platform that attracts every type of player in the industry, from high-level decision makers to industry media, and considers the relationship building aspect the most successful return on their investment.
With Dubai firmly established as a hub in the industry, the show offers UAS access to the expanding Middle East business aviation industry, which is predicted to reach $1.2 billion by 2020, in addition to proximity to other emerging markets. With trade visitors to Dubai Airshow coming from 60 countries, the potential for global networking is immense.
“With the level of expertise in one place, you can really get a sense of where the industry is at, and, more importantly, where it is going,” Mr Husary confirms. “Interacting with manufacturers, business and support providers is a great opportunity to discuss industry issues, and to improve our performance by responding to them.”
It is for that reason that UAS International Trip Support considers it vital to be at the Dubai Airshow in 2015, where they will be one of the 1100 exhibitors in the 645000 square metre purpose built site from November 8-12. Since they began exhibiting in 2003, UAS International Trip Support regularly increased its stand size, something that was necessary due to the growth in visitor numbers.
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