How Airbus do TOT (Transfer of Title)

Happy holidays!🎉


I’ll show how Airbus deliver planes or how new planes arrive to a fleet, today I chose VivaAir (Viva Colombia) https://www.vivaair.com/co/es, because they showed it in their In-Flight Magazine this process other wise is called TOT ( Transfer of Title)


• This process starts at the Airbus facility in Toulouse, France and Hamburg, Germany. Viva Air bought 35 A320 and 15 320Neo’s.

•They day comes for the Ferry Flights which Do Not carry any passengers or Cargo.

•Before the flight the The Captain, The Co-Pilot, Instructor and technician start the briefing for the flights

  • Flights: Viva Air Ferry Flights

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Toulouse- - - Reykjavik- - - - - - Bangor - - - - Bogota
Hamburg- - - Reykjavik- - - - - - Bangor - - - - Bogota


Routes info:
A320:
○ Toulouse To Reykjavik (4h)
○ Reykjavik To Bangor (5h30m)
○Bangor To Bogota (6h)


Route info:
A320 Neo
○Hamburg To Reykjavik (4h)
○Reykjavik To Bangor (5h30m)
○Bangor To Bogota (6h)

Depth info:



City info why?:
○Toulouse and Hamburg: Airbus Facilities
○Reykjavik: Technical Check
○Bangor: Pilot Rest
○Bogota: Viva Air Hub


Happy Holidays and stay safe ThomasThePro (Thomas C.)

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Interesting, now i know why ferry flights choose specific stop over 🤔

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Everything has a reason in life! 👌

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Anytime 🤗 @Eseriess! ;)

Let me know what you learn below:⬇️

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