Full Aviation & Pilot Service Worldwide
We fly, ferry, relocate, re-position, train and mentor – in a nutshell … we move aircraft worldwide.
Sounds way easier than it actually is. It involves plenty of administration, backoffice and paperwork. Our international staff and network will take care of it:
- Pilot Certificate (FAA)
- Pilot Licence (ICAO)
- Verification & Waiver
- Passports, Visa
- Fuel Contracts
- Overflight Permits
- Landing Permits
Our global pilot services are for
- Private owners or partnerships
- Banks and Lenders
Owners and companies: We pick your aircraft up anywhere in the world, we drop you off anywhere you want and we staff your flight line anytime so you don’t need to payroll your own. All this and above with our stellar customer service – including picking up your cloths from the dry cleaner, seriously!
Banks and lenders: We secure your assets and retrieve them with minimal impact.
To the USA
This is our signature ferry service: Fly foreign (NON-N registered) aircraft back into the United States. Our international staff of pilots and executives can deal with international pilot certificates, pilot licenses, aircraft registrations, permits (overflight, registration …), visa, customs, passports, insurance …
From the USA
Having an international staff pays off by having different passports options. This is offering us multiple visa opportunities to fly into the most remote corners of our world.
It certainly helps that we additionaly speak French, Italian, German, Russian and Chinese
Within the USA
All of our pilots are ATP rated. With avg. 5,000+ flight hours, multiple type ratings and extensive background in crisscrossing the United States we are sure ‘we’ve been there, done that and got a T-shirt‘. We are not afraid of short airstrips, uncontrolled airfields and substandard FBO services – we just make it work!
No FBO is too small ...
Fuel stop in the jungle of Papua New Guinea – Please bring your own fueling equipment and beverages. Contaminated fuel and water can really ruin your day!
No place is too far ...
1,200 ft strip in the jungle of East Tasmania on our way to Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Russia and final stop Alaska. Fuel up, stretch your legs and make new friends along the way.
Temperature 86F, check – Humidity 96%, check – field altitude 3,345 ft, check – density altitude 11,300ft, CHECK!
No place is too chill ...
Early de-ice at Reykjavik airport after a frosty night (-32F). I did mention it rained the day before?
No place is too north ...
After crossing Canada we had to stop and rest in Sitka, Alaska. Never underestimate the power of hospitality at these small outposts!