Cessna 182 Atlantic ferry flight
I delivered a Cessna 182 Turbo from the USA to Germany last week. The airplane was very nice, equipped with Garmin 1000 Synthetic Vision (SVT) and TKS anti-icing. The owner of the plane is a private pilot who had just bought the plane in the USA and hired me as ferry pilot for the trip.
The C182 has enough range to do the North-Atlantic ferry flight without ferry tank, so we took the far Northern route via Iqaluit in Canada to Sondre Stromfjord and Kulusuk in Greenland, and then on via Iceland to Scotland and mainland Europe. Along the far Northern route airports are spaced quite close, with the longest leg Egilsstadir (BIEG) to Wick (EGPC) about 520 nm. The total ferry flight from Raleigh NC (USA) to Memmingen, Germany took 6 days and 41 hours flight time.
Here are some pictures of the trip: