• Description

    Bought in 2009 from the Vulcanair factory in Italy, G-RIPA takes its registration from the Latin word 'riparian', referring to the bank of a river.

    Features

    • Twin engine, propeller driven
    • Large factory fitted camera hatch and power supply for a host of sensor arrays and control systems
    • Clear Perspex nose section and high wing position for excellent visibility
    • Long range fuel tanks allowing flights of up to seven hours or 1,000 nautical miles
    • Four to six seats with flexible configurations
    • Able to fly in remote and hard to reach areas, both onshore and offshore.

    Technical Specification

    Maximum airborne weight:    2,084 kg

    Engines:                                      Lycoming IO-360-200hp

    Maximum airspeed:                  200 knots

    Maximum flying altitude:        18,000 feet

    Maximum operating range:    1,000 nautical miles, 7 hours


  • Description

    Features

    Technical Specification

    rating range:    1,000 nautical miles, 7 hours


  • Description

    Bought new in late 2011, G-GIGA’s registration reflects the many gigabytes of information it is destined to collect in its career with APEM.

    Features

    • Twin engine, propeller driven
    • Large factory fitted camera hatch and power supply for a host of sensor arrays and control systems
    • High wing position for excellent visibility
    • Multi-door passenger aircraft
    • Long range fuel tanks allowing flights of up to seven hours or 1,000 nautical miles
    • Four to six seats with flexible configurations
    • Able to fly in remote and hard to reach areas, both onshore and offshore.

    Technical Specification

    Maximum airborne weight:    1,990 kg

    Engines:                                      Lycoming IO-360-200hp

    Maximum airspeed:                  200 knots

    Maximum flying altitude:        18,000 feet

    Maximum operating range:    1,000 nautical miles, 7 hours


  • Description

    The biggest aircraft in our fleet, G-JPEG is an incredibly versatile aircraft with a wide variety of uses from passenger and freight transport to aerial surveys. It is fully factory reconditioned by Britten Norman.

    G-JPEG’s large payload capacity and big, factory fitted camera hatch allows it to carry numerous survey sensors and up to eight crew and passengers.

    Coupled with its ability to fly safely at remarkably slow speeds, it makes an unusually stable and flexible platform for detailed aerial surveys.

    Features

    • Twin engine, propeller driven
    • Ten seats
    • Large, factory fitted camera hatch and power supply able to accommodate large sensors such as LIDAR
    • Ability to fly low and slow, offering a very stable survey platform
    • Large payload capacity
    • Factory refurbished

    Technical Specification

    Maximum airborne weight:    2,994 kg

    Engines:                                      Lycoming IO-540-K1B5 300hp

    Maximum airspeed:                  141 knots

    Maximum flying altitude:        10,000 feet

    Maximum operating range:    430 nautical miles / 3 hours


The Fleet

Our fleet of versatile twin engine aircraft offers flexibility, reliability and cost effectiveness for a wide range of uses.

Our two Vulcanair P68s are versatile, dependable, safe and cost effective aircraft, ideally suited to survey work, passenger charter and light freight. One of our P68’s features clear Perspex nose sections for superb visibility.

Also available is our Britten Norman Islander, which can carry more passengers and freight. It can also fly low and slow, making it an ideal choice for detailed aerial survey work.

All our aircraft feature factory fitted camera hatches.