Denby Transport Ltd, 73 Sadler Road, Doddington Road, Lincoln LN6 3JR
  • Red Arrows

    Red Arrows

  • Aircraft parts - Vulcan parts

    Aircraft parts - Vulcan parts

  • Military aircraft - Awacs

    Military aircraft - Awacs

  • Aircraft parts - fuselage

    Aircraft parts - fuselage

  • Aircraft parts

    Aircraft parts

If you have seen aircraft for sale; are maintaining / renovating an aircraft or have some heritage aviation equipment for an air museum or air display then Denby 'Special Projects' are the specialist service provider for you!

We provide a professional, timely and reliable service in the UK and across Europe lifting and transporting military aircraft and aircraft parts.  We use Hiab crane lorries and specialist trailers - low loader or extending trailers, operated by our experienced and highly skilled technicians.

As a specialist transport provider with over 50 years’ experience, we are adept at moving all manner of abnormal loads and have some specialist lorry mounted cranes and trailers to enable us to do this. Where required, we use an online route planning service notifying the relevant authorities and escort vehicles, which are in constant communication with the driver throughout the journey of the load. 

Our double extending Broshuis 3 axle semi-trailers have full power steering for the precise positioning of the trailer and a maximum extendable length of 22.8 metres, which is ideally suited to transport military aircraft. 

This makes our service a fantastic solution no matter what kind of load you need to move, whether its onsite for repositioning or transporting elsewhere. 

Our high quality service starts with the processing of an enquiry which is fully assessed and all technical aspects reviewed through to the completion of the project. 

If you would like to discuss your requirements please do not hesitate to contact us; .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or give us a call 01522 503901.

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