Master Trip Owner Eric Stanley joined Universal in 2005 and has facilitated more than 5,370 client trip legs – mostly into Europe, Africa, Australia, and the Middle East. Eric always takes the time to develop an intimate understanding of client operating preferences – to anticipate their needs and better understand their definition of “success.” He has a particular area of expertise in handling Royal and VVIP flights. An FAA licensed dispatcher, Eric has been immersed in the aviation industry for more than 21 years. He served three years with a U.S. Navy F/A-18 squadron, worked as a ramp agent with Continental Airlines, and was a key member of Universal’s hotel and crew accommodations team. Eric can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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When operating a business aircraft to remote locations, begin your trip planning as far in advance as possible, talk with other operators who’ve been to the location, gather information on service availability, and always have backup plans in place in the event you experience unanticipated situations. If adequate ground handling support is not available at […]
For business aircraft operators, it’s important to be mindful of associated documentation requirements necessary in the visa application process. Your ground handler will be able to advise on all current requirements.
Visa and associated documentation requirements differ enormously worldwide. As these requirements may change at a moment’s notice, business aircraft operators need to be careful not to slip up in this area. Visa issues can delay, alter, or scrub a planned international […]