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An Insider's Guide to Selecting a Ferry Flight and Dispatch Company
The global expansion of business and commercial aviation has created an increasing demand for flight operations in which the aircraft itself needs transporting for such reasons as maintenance, delivery to a new owner and other missions that have nothing to do with moving passengers and cargo. These missions fall under the rubric of “ferry flights.”
Ferry flights typically involve many entities, so a good ferry-flight company needs to be able to coordinate the activities and schedules of all these players. Therefore, owners and operators would do well to understand the functions of both ferry-service providers and flight-handling companies, and how to evaluate each.
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Headquartered in Fredericksburg, Va., Paramount Aviation Resources Group provides a full suite of ferry flight, flight handling and dispatch services. Paramount Aviation maintains a database of more than 20,000 pilots qualified in fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft ranging from single-engine pistons to airliners; it conducts some 150 ferry missions annually. With the acquisition of Global Trip Support in 2006, Paramount now offers ferry and dispatch services for Part 91, Part 135 and Part 121 aircraft. This combination of services makes it possible for Paramount to provide significant savings to customers who otherwise would need to engage separate ferry and handling services.