Their experienced pilots are supported by A&P Aeromechanics and IAs, their team of experienced experts consists of pilots, mechanics, IAs, and administrative professionals. They are a USA Small Business.
Their aircraft includes: Three Douglas DC3s, a Lockheed T-33, three Cessna 310, 421, 310, an Aero Commander 500, and a BO-105 Twin Turbine Helicopter. Plus, they have added an additional aircraft, a Saberliner 65.
Their experience has included a myriad of domestic and international operations, including but not limited to:
Multiple missions in Central America with the U.S. Southern Command and Honduran Air Force.
Test flights for a wide array of sensors being flown on unmanned aircraft.
Laser mapping the coastal areas of the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Lakes for the US Corps of Engineers.
Assessing post hurricane damage including hurricane Katrina and most recently the New York metropolitan area following hurricane Sandy.
Arial recovery of debris field following the Columbia Space Shuttle Accident
Why should clients consider their company to become a partner to their success?
Their ability to support multi-sensor missions.
More than 13 years of proven success with Department of Defense contractors, private companies and the US military.
Their pilots are more than just s aviators. Their pilot becomes involved in the sensor testing process from the initial phase through the complete life cycle of the project including mission planning; preparation of the aircraft platform and flying the mission. This attitude leads to a successful mission and a win/win situation for everyone.
Airborne Imaging and its team has successfully designed and installed various sensor mounts for many different applications receiving FAA approval when required.