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Civil Air Support Photographic Mission Surveys Beach Cleaning Target Areas in Scotland

Five trillion pieces of plastic debris have found their way into seas and onto beaches around the world… Five trillion pieces of plastic debris have found their way into seas and onto beaches around the world, threatening the health of users and damaging the marine biodiversity that depends upon unpolluted sea and shores for survival. It’s a global problem but perhaps there’s a local solution

CAS Offer Woodland Surveys As Dudley And Eunice Wreak Havoc

Giving these two deep low-pressure systems friendly names has done little to disguise their destructive power. With wind gusts reaching 90 miles per hour in some parts of the UK, the Met Office is warning of significant disruption and a danger to life. We all hope that loved ones will remain safe, but asset ownersContinue reading CAS Offer Woodland Surveys As Dudley And Eunice Wreak Havoc

Civil Air Support Pilot Is The Fastest Milkman From The West!

Healthcare professionals have always promoted breast milk as the optimal source of infant nutrition and immune protection, but when mother and baby are separated by more than 220 miles of land and open sea, presenting baby to her mother’s breast is simply not an option! This became the case for a young mother at aContinue reading Civil Air Support Pilot Is The Fastest Milkman From The West!

Pilot And Bikers Race Against Clock In Life Saving Dash To The North

Civil Air Support (CAS) and SERV Wessex (a member organisation of the National Association of Blood Bikes) have united once again to deliver time-critical blood stem cells from a healthy donor in Salisbury District Hospital to a waiting patient in Newcastle Upon Tyne. With the NHS and Emergency Services under considerable pressure through the CovidContinue reading Pilot And Bikers Race Against Clock In Life Saving Dash To The North

Wildfire Survey Assists Scottish Fire And Rescue

A Civil Air Support (CAS) aircraft recently assisted the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service by aerial photo mapping the aftermath of a huge wildfire in the Highlands of Scotland. The crew involved tried something new for us – the systematic pattern photography of a vast area of ground with subtle overlap. Technically, the hundreds ofContinue reading Wildfire Survey Assists Scottish Fire And Rescue

Basking Sharks Photographed In The Moray Firth

The animals were spotted close to the shore between Burghead and Findhorn during a coastal pollution survey by a Civil Air Support team. John Bisset photographed the sharks from a light aircraft piloted by Toni Hausler as CAS supported the Scottish Coastal Rubbish Aerial Photography (SCRAPbook) project. Scottish Natural Heritage said it was “fairly unusual” to seeContinue reading Basking Sharks Photographed In The Moray Firth