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Dubai Airshow: UAS appointed exclusive charter manager of Dream Jet

Posted 12 November 2017 · Add Comment

UAS International Trip Support has been appointed exclusive charter manager of the world's only VVIP Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) 787 'Dream Jet' by Deer Jet, the Chinese business aviation group which operates the aircraft.

The 40-seat Dream Jet is at the show following a world tour giving private viewings to individuals and Royal families in Paris, Marrakech, Seattle, Doha, Dublin, London, Shanghai, Hong Kong and, most recently, Jeddah.

The aircraft's “luxuriously organic” design came from the Pierrejean Design Studio of Paris and was completed by Greenpoint Technologies in a process managed by Kestrel Aviation Management.

Features include a grand entry with high domed ceilings, hardwood flooring, sculpted doors, marble bathrooms, oversize shower, hand-tufted carpet with silk accents, and architectural pieces.

“We are honoured to be exclusively managing this magnificent aircraft and to be thus singled out in a highly competitive corner of the industry," said Omar Hosari, UAS chief executive. "The Dream Jet is an exquisite aircraft, unlike anything else available on the planet, so we’re expecting a high level of interest.”   

Zhang Peng, chairman of Deer Jet said: “The 787 Dream Jet embodies our brand motto of 'making travel and art'. And the aircraft has received lots of attention from customers in the Far East. We believe that Deer Jet’s operational capabilities, coupled with UAS expertise in trip support, will create the best flight experience for our customers worldwide.”

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