Java Post Aerial Dronies at the Regina International Airport
Topics: Java Blog
Our Java Post Aerial Photography crew has been shooting an on-going large-scale construction project out at the Regina International Airport. And when we say "out at the airport," we mean that we're flying our UAV right next to the runway.
Java Post Aerial Photography has a lot of experience working in restricted airspace, so while it's a challenging working environment, the Java Post crew can handle it safely, efficiently, and in accordance with all Transport Canada and NAV Canada regulations.
Our crew poses for a pre-flight selfie. That's our UAV pilot, "Java Jack" Tunnicliffe on the left and ground coordinator Kristine Dowler in the middle. On the right, UAV technician and camera operator Trevor Bennett does his best "construction clothing catalogue model" pose.
With our DJI S900 UAV in the air - one of several different UAV units flown by Java Post Aerial Photography - the crew grabs a low level "dronie." In the background is the Regina International Airport. The primary runway runs to the right of the airport buildings, just out of view in this image.
As our UAV rises into the sky, there's time for a high-angle "dronie" and then it's time to get to work on this construction project. To the left of the shot you can see our UAV launch/landing pad marked with orange pylons. To see more examples of the kinds of work done by Java Post Aerial Photography, CLICK HERE.