UAS has expanded into the Balkans through a partnership with Flystar, which provides ground handling for scheduled and non-scheduled flights.
May 15, 2023, 1:10 PM

UAS International Trip Support (UAS) has expanded into the Balkans with the launch of a partnership with flight-support provider Flystar. Founded in Montenegro in 2011, Flystar provides ground-handling services for scheduled and nonscheduled flights, charter, private and cargo flights, diplomatic, military, and ambulance. It operates at 23 international airports across the Balkans.

We intend to continue to grow our global network organically and by entering strategic partnerships such as this to provide our clients with the same top-quality flight experience consistently wherever they go,” said UAS co-owner, founder, and CEO Omar Hosari. “Flystar has made a huge impact since its establishment and become a crucial player in the regional business aviation environment and we’re excited to work closely to solidify our presence in the Balkans.”

UAS clients in Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, North Macedonia, Slovenia, and Kosovo now have local UAS supervisor support on site to deliver ground handling, dedicated supervision, and the single-source liaison for all trip-support services.

“I believe this partnership will increase the attractiveness of the Balkan region, which has major potential for growth,” said Flystar founder Ana Marojević. “We are glad that UAS sees us as a strong and reliable partner.”

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