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The Skill and Experience that Make the Difference

Skilled personnel, a wealth of experience and many contacts around the world ensure the smooth delivery of your aircraft each and every time. We deliver any turbine-powered aircraft, from the largest airliners to smaller commuters, corporate turboprops and jets.  We are well-versed in fitting auxiliary fuel systems on a wide range of aircraft when necessary.  Southern Cross can also install temporary navigation and communication equipment and innovate ferry systems to increase flexibility and economy.  From the routine to the most complex mission, we will find a solution that results in the safest, most reliable and most efficient ferry service available to the aviation industry today.  Delivery options range from crew only to a complete turnkey operation, which would include:

  • All fuel en-route
  • Landing, parking and ground handling fees
  • All Navigation Charges
  • All overflight and landing permissions
  • Crew fees, expenses and airfares
  • Crew license endorsements
  • Installation of long-range navigation and communication equipment, if required
  • Installation of auxiliary ferry fuel systems, if required

Prior to delivery, the customer will receive a complete route analysis and schedule.  During the delivery, clients are updated regularly on the progress and arrival schedule.  We can use our own ICAO call sign and flight numbers, allowing authorities and service providers around the world to charge user fees directly to us, leaving no room for unpleasant surprises months later.  Southern Cross can obtain special flight permits, RVSM/MNPS authorizations, and export certificates of air worthiness to assist you in a smooth importation or exportation of your aircraft.

Whether ferrying a 1950-era Canberra jet bomber from the UK to Australia or delivering Boeing, Airbus, Harbin and Xian aircraft fresh off the line to airlines around the globe, Southern Cross is efficient and reliable.  With over 5000 deliveries so far, Southern Cross has ferried more aircraft, of more types, to more places, for more customers than anyone else – period!