We have just organised permissions to film in Jordan, close to the Syrian border. A shoot in the Zaatari refugee camp which is close to the city of Mafraq. The camp is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement and they were interviewing families and talking about their situation in the camp.
This is something for the pilots who are interested in our Trans Atlantic Flying Expedition. In the Rotor Torque magazine is a long article about our trip across the Atlantic last year. The same trip is planned this year again, starting on the 1st of June 2015. We already have four aircraft signed-up. Feel like joining?
We’ve just spent a week in Afghanistan location scouting for a Belgian production company (mostly in Kabul and neighbouring provinces). It was a great success, as the depth of locations is almost bottomless and the security situation presently very good.
The group has just landed in Barcelona! Congratulations to everyone! After this 45 days adventure the planes will fly to their respective bases tomorrow.
This beautiful and unknown island belonging to Sao Tomé has a lot to offer: idyllic beaches, sea turtles, great food and a great hotel! We pre-arranged customs at the airport as this small airfield is usually only used for domestic traffic.
The planes have left Angola this morning and landed in Pointe Noire, where the aeroclub members were waiting for them in order to celebrate their arrival with local refreshments and wonderful pizzas! Sometimes the simplest things have the best taste!
We are supporting the CNN news crew in Belarus, following the Ukraine ceasefire negotiations.
It was great to welcome twelve helicopter pilots from all over Europe, who came to our base to get some information about the trips we are doing this year. Thanks a lot to everyone and we hope you enjoyed the stay with a lot of information and a delicious lunch.
Now the group is half-way and landed on a beautiful runway located in the vineyards of Stellenbosch. They will enjoy 4 days of total relaxation (whilst the planes are serviced), then back on track!
The team is now in Majunga where they will enjoy a deserved resting stay between the huge baobab trees and the endless beaches. Tonight's menu: Fresh fish taken to the hotel's kitchen directly by the fisherman!
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