Flight Support Directory
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AvPay helps you find flight support operators in the UK, Europe, USA, North America, Asia, Africa, Australia & South America.
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About Flight Support
Flight Support Services are vital to the safe and smooth operation of aircraft and include services such as air cargo handling, aircraft ground handling, catering services, refuelling, visa arrangement, hotel bookings, aircraft hangarage, aircraft parking and route planning. Flight Support Companies take care of the ground-work required to operate aircraft between multiple airports.
Flight Support FAQ
Flight support services are vital to the safe and smooth operation of aircraft. Flight support companies take care of the groundwork required to operate aircraft between multiple airports.
Flight support covers a range of services such as air cargo handling, aircraft ground handling, catering services, refuelling, visa arrangement, hotel bookings, aircraft hangarage, aircraft parking and route planning.
Not necessarily. Ground support companies work on a project-by-project basis only billing you for the services you actually use.
No, these companies work with a range of operators from private Cessna owners, to the largest international airlines.
Flight support companies are an ally to aircraft operators, in that they simplify the flight planning process. They specialise in the planning aspect of flying and coordinate many ground contractors on your behalf saving you time and energy.
Yes, flight support can range for your aircraft to be catered with a selection of food and drinks appropriate for the time of day and your tastes.
Your regular flight support company could be able to recommend a down-route company to support you. The AvPay Flight Support Directory has a comprehensive list of global flight support companies.
Although based at an airport or airfield, the flight support company is not usually owned by the airport. Flight support companies are usually independent of the airport and can be part of a large multinational network, or single location operators specialising in the city they are based at.
No, for smaller airfields and airports this might be the case. However for larger cities and airports, several flight support companies are usually present, giving greater choice for pilots and operators.