Ferry Flying Service
Ferry flying refers to delivery flights for the purpose of returning an aircraft to base, delivering a new aircraft from its place of manufacture to its customer, moving an aircraft from one base of operations to another or moving an aircraft to or from a maintenance facility for repairs, overhaul or other work.
An aircraft may need to be moved without passengers from one airport to another at the end of that day’s operations in order to satisfy the next day’s timetable – these are known as positioning flights, although strictly speaking these are still a type of ferry flight.
Positioning flights may also be necessary following a major weather event or other similar disruption which causes multiple cancellations across an airline’s network resulting in many aircraft and crew being ‘out of position’ for normal operations.
To perform a ferry flying a ferry permit must be obtained that is a written authorization issued by a National Airworthiness Authority to move a non-airworthy civil aircraft from its present location to a maintenance facility to be inspected, repaired and returned to an airworthy state.
Our Ferry Flying Services
Our dedicated aviation professionals are able to deliver any airplane from any location to any location in the World. As light as Cessna 152 to all sizes of corporate jets, all over the world. We have qualified, experienced and type-rated pilots to take over any project, small or large. For the first time aircraft buyers, some of our flight instructors will come for a ride as safety pilots and provide en route instruction at no additional cost.