CCH Aviation Logistics
CCH Aviation Logistics are based close to Heathrow airport and have been an established provider of specialist airport transport services since 1965. CCH became part of the Transdev UK team in 2014.
Comet Car Hire (CCH) Ltd began trading as a chauffeur driven car hire company and provider of transportation to Corporate, Executive and Royal flight operators at Heathrow and the surrounding airports, including Farnborough, Stansted, Northolt, Gatwick and Luton.
Over 50 years later CCH is now uniquely dedicated to the provision of aviation logistics alone. Our commercial airline contracts now account for over 95% of our customer base and we still maintain services to VIP and Private aviation.
CCH operates a modern fleet of 40 mini-buses and coaches and are able to meet all crew compliment. Vehicle specifications meet or exceed customer requirements with features such as air-conditioning, reclining seats, and separate baggage compartments. All vehicles are liveried in CCHs distinctive silver and black scheme which is further enhanced by CCH licence plates for ease of identification. CCH also operate an airside fleet support team to maintain our coaches and respond whenever required.
Presentation, punctuality and the ability to provide a flexible response has gained the company an enviable reputation amongst the aviation community and the Company now provides crew and passenger services to over 25 Airlines at Heathrow.
For more information or to contact CCH:
Telephone: 020 8283 9532
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