CB Aviation’s Aircraft Delivery Service
Our commitment to our passion presents clearly from your first correspondence with our friendly, highly qualified staff. As our client relationship grows, prepare to be amazed by the detailed-oriented, safe handling of your aircraft; we treat and fly each aircraft as if it were our own.
Our professional ferry and contract pilots have logged thousands of hours in nearly every make/model aircraft ranging from Cessna 150 to Citation, Beechcraft, Gulfstreams, BBJ to Boeing 747. We have the ferry pilot for your job.
CB Aviation is not your typical “Ferry NO-Service.” In other words, other services may employ inexperienced pilots that have the following mindset: Get the money, take the plane, and you’ll hear from us when we get there.That is NOT how CB Aviation operates. Customer Service is our upmost priority and begins with your first correspondence, continues throughout the detailed flight preparation, carries on throughout each leg of the ferry flight with our new GPS tracking data, which keeps you up-to-date with your aircraft’s current position anywhere in the world within 50′. You are able to track our movement at any time and will also be provided a detailed update throughout each leg of the trip.
We provide a full care package with every delivery. Upon delivery, our pilots will hand you a full performance evaluation, a detailed walkthrough of your newly delivered aircraft and explain, thoroughly, aircraft systems, an orientation flight, if desired, and later provide you with photos and videos of the ferry.
Ferrying aircraft is no easy task and requires careful preparation. Our latest transpacific crossing was performed on a 1973 Merlin III ferried from California to Sydney, Australia. Being that this aircraft had been so well represented and marketed by CB Aviation, the client felt extremely confident placing an offer without ever having seen the aircraft aside from pictures and videos. It was important to have this trip well planed and flawless as to assure a successful transition. For such an aircraft to make the crossing, the interior was removed, shipped separately in a contained, and replaced with fuel tanks. The trip occurred in a span of four days to a new owner that could not have been happier, as per his testimonial:
– Leon Dobrinski, Australia