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PfCO Renewed for 2020 – Skylark Aerial Photography – Aerial Photography Article

PfCO Renewed for 2020 – Skylark Aerial Photography How to apply Anyone who wants to fly a drone for commercial work (often also referred to as aerial work) needs a Permission from the CAA (take careful note that this is not a licence). To get this Permission, you will need to: Remote Pilot Competence Demonstrate a sufficient understanding of aviation theory (airmanship, airspace, aviation law and good flying practice). Pass a practical flight assessment (flight test). Develop basic procedures for…

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Skylark Aerial Photography Promo – Skylark Aerial Photography – Aerial Photography Article

Skylark Aerial Photography Promo – Skylark Aerial Photography HORIBA MIRA’s unique facilities allow manufacturers to understand the environments in which vehicles operate as much as they understand the vehicle itself. Consequently, the most advanced vehicles for electronic data capture will be developed within the most extensive and purpose-built testing facilities. Another drone shoot has been requested fir this December with another vehicle manufacture at another test facility. We have also just completed a shoot (one of a series) for Lakeside…

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September 2019 Busiest of Months – Aerial Photography Article

September 2019 Busiest of Months. It’s been very much nonstop operations. Drone deployments have been the highest logged yet for Skylark Aerial Photography. It’s notable that operations are now extending well beyond Cumbria. This year a commission for filming of Flymo’s robot mower in a garden near Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire. Currently filming for the Coal Authority in Northumbria over the next 6 weeks. A request to film a large factory complex near Liverpool. This has meant that along with other…

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Aerial Work July 2019 – Skylark Aerial Photography – Aerial Photography Article

Aerial work July 2019 for Skylark Aerial Photography has been very varied and busy. Aerial survey, roof inspection, TV filming, property shoots, commercial property shoots, boat cruises, holiday cottage shoots to property developments. Variety is what it is all about for Skylark Aerial Work July 2019. We are also pleased to see that the aerial survey work is now making up at least 50% of the workload, with another contract signed for more national water pipeline survey. Some of which…

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BAE Systems Generation Tempest – Skylark Aerial Photography – Aerial Photography Article

A few weeks ago we were invited to film over a 2 day period at BAE Systems Academy for Skills & Knowledge (ASK), for a feature about BAE Systems Generation Tempest. Drone filming took place both on the apron, in the hanger and workshop at BAE. In all over 6 hours of flying inside were completed around some very expensive aircraft. Drone used was the DJI Mavic Pro 2, and even with all the sensors on an observer was still…

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Operational Statistics First Half – Skylark Aerial Photography – Aerial Photography Article

Operational Statistics First Half for Skylark Aerial Photography. A busy first 6 months for 2019 The half year numbers for commercial operations for 2019 have just been released by our admin staff. Commercial Operations (each time a flight is logged). 181 flights ranging from 4 minutes to 42 minutes. The latter being the fixed wing drone which has an endurance of 50 minutes. The 181 operational flights represent an average of 30 per month or a flight a day. First…

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Windermere Jetty, Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories – Aerial Photography Article

Windermere Jetty, Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories update aerial video was shot in July. Over the last 4 years we have been very pleased to have been asked back to film updates for the museum. Welcome Last weekend during a very nice sunny spell a further update was provided of the museum. This featured the museum, Steamboat Osprey, Windermere Lake Cruises dropping off and collecting passengers at a jetty at the museum. A lot has changed over the last…

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