For Government and Military Operators

Your Mission is Everything

It may involve getting a diplomat to an international summit, conducting a humanitarian relief effort, operating a large aircraft, or taking part in a military exercise. At Universal, we share your commitment to the mission, and we have the global resources and experience in government and military operations to enable your success.

Discover how we can support you.

Trip Support

Head of State flight clearances. Logistics for large aircraft operations. Short-notice planning for high-traffic summits and events. Your dedicated trip support team can anticipate your operational challenges and provide timely solutions to help you achieve mission success.

Continue your success

Universal Aviation

Strict operating and customer service standards. Industry-leading training and audit systems. With Universal Aviation, you have access to a global network of FBOs and ground support locations committed to exceeding the expectations of both you and those who land at our locations.

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Mobile App

With uvGO, you can plan, build, and manage successful missions worldwide. You have access to do-it-yourself trip planning resources, as well as complete mission coordination through Universal.

Go mobile

Online Flight Planning

Worldwide flight planning and weather. Optimized routings. Highly accurate ETEs and fuel burn estimates. Completely do-it-yourself from your computer or Apple iPad.

Plan and file

Datalink

Stay connected with unlimited SATCOM and SITA VHF ACARS datalink for ANY business aircraft you operate, regardless of avionics type. And enjoy complete integration with our flight planning, weather, and fleet status applications – all through uvGO, available via your Apple® iPad®.

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  • Explore operational insights from our blog.

    • How the coronavirus outbreak is impacting business aviation
      by Universal on April 5, 2020 at 15:44

      Special quarantine and health inspection procedures have been enforced in China and other locations in Asia and around the world in an attempt to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Extra planning and precaution is required if you are planning a trip to China and Asia. The post How the coronavirus outbreak is impacting business aviation appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.

    • STILL FLYING: Humanitarian Cargo Flight of Masks from China to U.S.
      by Robert Moya on April 2, 2020 at 22:54

      With COVID-19 cases rising and personal protective equipment (PPE) dwindling, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker began looking for alternative ways to source vital masks for his state. Baker struck a deal with a manufacturer, Tencent, in China for more than one million masks. Getting them from China to the United States, however, was going to be the hard part. After learning about the need for an aircraft to make the delivery, New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft stepped up. The post STILL FLYING: Humanitarian Cargo Flight of Masks from China to U.S. appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.

    • Business Aircraft Ops to the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games and Paralympics
      by Hiroshi Higashiyama on March 30, 2020 at 12:28

      The 2020 Tokyo Summer Games and Paralympics are still a year away, but the time to begin planning is now. Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) has just released guidelines for non-scheduled aircraft operating to Japan for the Games. The post Business Aircraft Ops to the 2020 Tokyo Summer Games and Paralympics appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.

    • Helping Humanitarian Medical Supply Missions During the COVID-19 Crisis
      by Greg Evans on March 26, 2020 at 18:22

      Effective immediately, Universal Trip Support is waiving its fees on trip feasibility and consultation services and ground handling setup charges for any mission classified as a humanitarian medical supply flight to help ensure the success of these critical flights. The post Helping Humanitarian Medical Supply Missions During the COVID-19 Crisis appeared first on Universal® Operational Insight Blog.