Pilot Case

Pilot Case Style

Based on the Hand Trunk style, Pilot Flight Cases, as the name suggests is similar to the ones that airline pilots use.  If you are doing a long journey because your work requires it and you need a case to keep all your items safe, a pilot flight case may be the solution you’re looking for.

The image above is an example of our pilot flight case, but if you need to transport heavier products, we also have the Hand Trunk style which has two handles to each end of the case to make transport easier and more comfortable. This style of case also finds many other uses, particularly in the Audio Visual sector for lenses, small to medium sized cameras and small projectors.

You also have a choice of ten standard external colours as well as Hexaboard, Diamond Board and Stucco Aluminium.  And don't forget the coloured Lid-Line option for that extra visual appearance.

5 Star Cases has specialised in the design and manufacture of quality flight cases since since 1981, which is why you should choose us as your preferred flight case supplier.  See more about our company in the About Us section. We design and manufacture pilot flight cases according to the requirements of each client and our purpose is to offer a personalised service, with the commitment to offer a high quality service.

Contact our sales team on 0845 5000 555 to obtain a design and quote for a pilot flight case.

In the gallery you can see different projects we’ve produced that can serve as a reference. Social media is also a great place to catch up with news and recent projects. Check 5 Star on FacebookLinkedInTwitter an Instagram

Main features

  • – Hinged Lid 
  • – Catches to front
  • – Handle to top
  • – Ideal for smaller case projects

Pilot cases are usually selected for smaller equipment and as such are constructed predominantly from 6mm plywood although occasionally 9mm is used, where slightly heavier contents are required in a smaller flight case.  We frequently combine both 6mm and 9mm plywood for the carcass construction.

As the title explains, based on the familiar style used by airline pilots. This style also finds many other uses, particularly in the Audio Visual sector for lenses, small to medium sized cameras and small projectors.

 

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