How We Work

Our pilots hold all necessary training, relevant PfCO documentation, insurance and safety equipment. We are permitted by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to conduct aerial work inside the UK for commercial purposes, including within congested areas and flying at night.

We will book out an allotted time to carry out our agreed project, we ask that a minimum of three days is blocked out due to the possibility of unfavourable weather conditions. If the weather conditions do not look favourable, we may suggest alternative dates or times. We will continue to monitor weather conditions in the days before the scheduled operations and will advise of alternative dates if necessary.


When we arrive on-site we will meet with the client or an authorised representative and carry out a site walk around to discuss the brief to determine any key requirements and objectives of the mission


During the flight operations, the client may join the crew our discretion as we are dealing with potentially dangerous and expensive equipment. The operation may involve frequent landings for setting up shots and for battery changes and constant vigilance needs to be maintained for potential hazards or changing weather conditions. It is the responsibility of the Remote Pilot to ensure that the take-off and landing sites are safe and that the weather conditions are suitable for aerial operations.


Please note that we expect 50% of the total amount stated to be paid 3 weeks prior to work on your job commencing.

Final payment for the remaining amount plus any additional costs incurred will then be due no later than 30 days after receiving this document. In the case of any cancellations within 48 hours of the pre-agreed work date, there will be a charge for 50% of the total amount shown.