Flight Cases

Flight Cases - Custom Made or Buy Online

Flight cases provide on the road protection for your valuable equipment. Our flight cases are tough, rugged and built to last. Designed using the latest CAD technology and manufactured using high quality materials, a Trifibre flight case will ensure the safe transportation and storage of delicate items.

Bespoke flight cases can be designed and custom built to your exact specification. For example if you require your cases to be lightweight and portable for your sales team we may recommend an Astraboard flight case construction with corner wheels and an extendable handle.

If you have a large wheeled unit that needs to be easily removed from the case once it has arrived at its destination we may recommend a heavy flight duty case with an integrated hinged aluminium ramp.

We can also manufacture your cases to show off your brand whilst protecting or shipping your equipment by using different coloured laminates and our in house screen printing facilities.

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A range of features such as doors and hatches, lift out trays and pull out drawers, rack mount fittings, castors or even an electronic lift system for automatically lifting a plasma screen out of the case are available.

Our expert team are on hand to give you the advice if you require it. Our team aim to give good honest advice in order to make sure you end up with the best possible solution taking into account price, size, weight and application.

Trifibre custom designed flight cases have been used all over the world to transport and protect some of the most precious items in a wide range of industries from Diamonds to Highly Sensitive medical equipment. A handful of companies that we have manufactured cases for include Johnson & Johnson, Samsung, Fender, McLaren and Airbus.

Please have a browse of our custom Flight Case gallery and take a look at some of our previous work for inspiration!

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